We have Process Server support offices that can handle any type of service needed from serving Small Claims, Summons for Unlawful Detainers (Evictions), Divorce, Restraining Orders, Wage Garnishments, Bank Levy, etc.
State Process Service provides legal support, including process serving, skip tracing, and court services throughout the State of California, Texas, Hawaii, Florida and Utah.
Our Process Server Division serves the defendants and witnesses promptly and we prepare the required Proofs of Service.
Our Process Server (s) are quick to verify addresses by checking with neighbors and conducting address checks through the U.S. Postal Service. Status reports are prepared and emailed to you. We will also conduct skip tracing services upon request.
Our Process Server services include same-day court filings and courier services.
As a Process Server we conduct court research and retrieve court documents. We can provide "File by Fax" filings via our California Process Server support offices. Conformed face pages are returned to clients via email.
We have experienced Process Server (s) working day in and day out assisting Attorney's, collection companies, persons representing themselves (In Pro Per) and others. We have the experience and knowledge required to serve documents according to California Civil Procedure.
A Process Server is a person that delivers legal documents to person and/or companies that need to be officially notified of a particular court case, motion, judgment, etc. When a Process Server effects service of process upon a company, the Process Server at State Process Service attempts to serve the "Agent for Service" of the company. An Agent for service of process can usually be found by conducting searches on the Secretary of State website.
A Process Server must be at least 18 years old and not a party to the action or case. Service of Process becomes effective when the legal documents have been delivered to a persons home or work address. Some documents must be personally served and some can be delivered to a member of the subjects household. a California Process Server must follow "Civil Procedures " See page for further details about requirements for serving legal documents in California. Call State Process Service for all of your process server needs today at 831-634-1479.