The most reliable option for serving legal documents to defendants or persons involved in court cases in San Diego.
Since US citizens hold the right to be informed of being summoned, Process Serving is a very responsible task. Reliable process servers have the obligation to notify individuals of their constitutional right to due process of law by serving them with a notification that states the legal issue that involves them specifically.
It is a challenging endeavor, because process servers must disperse court papers legally and in a timely manner. They are needed for an assortment of tasks such as filing court papers, serving legal documents and document retrieval. After serving the legal documents, process servers have to provide evidence that the papers have been served (proof of service).
CSE specializes in Process Serving services in San Diego, complying with all the jurisdiction's rules. We handle the process in a professional manner and on-time, giving clients the confidence that their needs are properly handled. Our licensed and experienced process servers are fully-trained to ensure that the due process of law is upheld and that the legal papers are served in a highly effective and appropriate fashion, as laid out by the State. If papers aren’t served properly, courts can't rule and entire cases may be thrown out. Even worse, you could be liable for delays in court proceedings or potential fines.
Proper service of process initially establishes personal jurisdiction of the court over the person served. If the defendant ignores further pleadings or fails to participate in the proceedings, then the court or administrative body may find the defendant in default and award relief to the claimant, petitioner or plaintiff.
For Service of Process questions contact 888-546-3309 or email email@example.com for a same day response. The prices for the process serving depends on the location and nature of service. To receive a prompt quote for your specific process serving needs please contact us now or fill out the attached form.