Proccess Serving

A legal process server is a person or company that delivers court summonses to parties involved in legal cases. They can also serve subpoenas and other documents related to legal proceedings. When a person is evading service of legal documents or that other party is simply difficult to locate, it is important to find a legal professional process server who can provide quality service when it comes to the service of process. If you need someone to do this, it is important to find the best process server in California. Here are some tips on how to choose one:

Contact a Reputable Legal Service Provider

Contact a reputable legal service provider. The best place to start your search would be to call D&R Legal Process Service as they have specialized in serving legal documents for many years. If they do not provide process servers in your location, you can also look into law firms near you.

No matter who you go to , you’ll want to check their credentials and reputation. Read reviews of the process server you are considering hiring.

Check out their website, social media presence and business practices online before you hire them to ensure they have a good track record of successful deliveries in California.

There are two types of process servers.

Personal Service

The first type of process service is called personal service. This is where the server will physically deliver the documents to the defendant and witness their signature or acceptance of receipt. This is best for situations when you want witnesses present at the delivery, but it also means that you’ll be paying for two trips out of your pocket.

Substitute Service

The second type is substitute service. In this case, a copy of your summons and complaint are left in an agreed-upon place with instructions for how they should be delivered to your defendant if he or she can’t be found (for example, leaving them with an adult who lives at that address). If all goes well, then this person will pass along a copy of what was left behind to your defendant who will then know about his/her court date. The upside here? No more trips required! But there’s also no guarantee that someone will actually get around to delivering those court documents as instructed by law enforcement officers or process servers—so we recommend getting some proof such as photographs taken outside doors or mailboxes where notices were left on dates specified by statute requirements.

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Make sure they meet all legal requirements/licensure.

Professional process servers must be licensed in their state in order to serve documents there. California process servers must have a license to serve in California.

Confirm that your process server is fully knowledgable about the rules and laws in order to ensure the best service. You don’t want to pay for improper service, especially in a legal case.

Make sure they can serve on time.

It is important to make sure that the process server can serve your legal papers and court documents on time. If they cannot serve them, then you may have to replace them with a different process server who can get the job done. Professional process servers have access to and knowledge of many tools on the internet and other technology that can help locate the person or persons needing to be served.

You should ask how long it will take for them to serve the documents and give yourself some extra time in case something goes wrong.

Make sure they are easy to get in touch with.

You will want to ensure that your process server has a website, or at least a contact page. You also want to be able to speak with them either by phone or email and ask them for information about their services, such as how long they have been in business and what qualifications they have. If you are unable to get through and talk to an actual person on the other end of the line, this may not be a good sign.

You should also try reading reviews on the internet from past clients if possible. This can help you get a better idea of what others think about working with this particular service provider.

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Make sure the price is right.

You should also make sure that the price is right. There are many different ways to calculate fees, so it’s important to ask all your questions upfront so that you know exactly what you’re getting for your money. Make sure that the price includes all costs, like mileage and travel time. If it doesn’t include these costs, factor them in separately when calculating how much you will end up paying for service. Finally, check with the courthouse where your documents will be filed to find out if there are any additional fees associated with taking a case before a judge or magistrate judge in your county (for example, filing fees).

Make sure they are reliable.

When choosing the best process server in California, it’s important to make sure they are reliable. There are many ways of doing this and one of the most effective is by checking online reviews. You can also call them and ask if they’re available on your date and time. If you don’t see any website for the company, chances are that there is no website or that it was made yesterday and hasn’t been updated since then. Or check with their references—if they have none or only one client praising them, then be careful!

Finding a process server in California is easy, but it can be difficult to find the right one.

To find the right process server in California, you should consider the following:

  • Process servers are regulated by the state. All process servers in California must be licensed by the State of California, and they are held to a high standard of integrity. This means that when you hire a process server, you can trust that they will not only do their job well but also follow all applicable laws while they do so.
  • Process servers must meet certain requirements to be licensed. In order to be eligible for licensure as a registered agent (the title used for someone who serves papers), applicants must pass an examination on civil procedures and legal terminology; complete relevant training courses; and meet other criteria established by law or regulation which may include residency requirements or other qualifications related to experience and education level attained through related educational programs approved by The Secretary Of State’s Office.


A legal matter where you need someone to be served court documents is one that requires professional process servers. The ideal process server will be able to make multiple attempts at delivering the legal documents, understands the specific rules and laws regarding doing so, and will be able to provide proof of service once the job is done and the papers are served.

With the tips above, you should be well on your way to finding a reliable process server in California to deliver your papers or documents on your behalf. If you have any questions about this process or need help finding the right professional process servers for your needs, don’t hesitate to reach out so we can ensure a fast, reliable and easy process service for you.

Jason Burke

Jason Burke is a self-made man who knows that hard work pays off. He has dedicated his life to helping other people with their legal problems, and he loves every minute of it!

He has over 24 years of experience in the field, all of which are focused on serving papers. Jason serves papers regulatory and for the last couple of years has served almost everything in Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo and Western Contra Costa Counties himself.

He pepares every single proof of service that D&R Legal Process Service produces to ensure that clients receive the highest quality they have come to expect from them.

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