Within 3 Business Days
Within 24 Hours
Within 4 Hours
Rates DO NOT include any mandatory fees charged by the Courts, Sheriff's Department, witness fees, document fees, notary fees, etc. Payment is due prior to service. Filing the proof of service with the court, over the counter, drop box, or by fax, is an extra charge. There is an additional 3.8% fee, for credit card payments. Prices are subject to change due to circumstances and delivery of documents. Service includes 3 attempts.
1st attempt within 72 hours
1st attempt within 24 hours
1st attempt within 4 hours
Restraining Orders, Unlawful Detainers, Etc.
Open, Serve, and File.
Open, Serve, and File.
Within 4 hours.
Need at least the persons first and last name and last known city of residency. Results in as little as 15 minutes.
At same address.
.50 Per Page
After the first 25 pages.
Includes first two hours of court appearance.
3/30/60 Day Notices
Hiring a process server in Sacramento, who is knowledgeable about the laws of your jurisdiction can help you rest assured that the legal documents are provided to the other side in accordance with the applicable laws. If notice is not provided correctly, it can become a frustrating scenario. In some instances, lack of notice can completely invalidate the results of a case. Having a professional process server complete service can also save you time. Our process servers are here to make this an easy process.
Some states have more strict guidelines pertaining to becoming a process server. For example, some states require that the process server have a license or certain certification. In order to acquire this license or certification, the individual may need to complete a certain amount of education or training. Additionally, he or she may be subjected to certain background checks. Some jurisdictions require process servers to have insurance or be bonded.
The Due Process Clause of the United States Constitution requires that no defendant be deprived of his or her life, liberty or property without due process of law. Due process requires that defendants are made aware of pending actions that can affect these aspects of a defendant’s life. Providing proper process of service allows the court to ensure that the defendant receives notification and the opportunity to come to court in its defense.
Process servers deliver a variety of legal documents, many of which require a particular person’s presence in court. Common documents that are served include subpoenas to testify in court, a summons for a party to appear in court, complaints and writs.
Each state establishes its own rules related to proper service. For example, a state may establish certain hours when a person may be served. Additionally, it may have a rule related to the proper location to have a person served, such as only at his or her residence. Certain tactics may be regarded as trespassing or harassment, so it is important for a person to be well-versed in these laws to avoid complications
Any Legal Document Assistants Process Server gives the plaintiff the proof that he or she needs, called the proof of service or affidavit of service. Plaintiffs can submit this document to the court to verify that the other party had been notified of legal action.
We love our customers, so feel free to call us during normal business hours.
Send us an email directly at: Info@legaldocassistants.com
333 University Ave. Ste. 200, Sacramento, California, 95825
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday - 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday - Closed
In Office Appointments, By Appointment Only.