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How To Serve Legal Documents To Or From Another State

How To Serve Legal Documents to Out-Of-State  So, you need to serve legal documents outside the state of California, huh? Or maybe you’re in another state and need to serve someone here. Either way, these things happen, but how do you go about finding and serving them legally without spending a ton of money? There …

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Questions To Ask Your Merced Process Server Part 2

How Does Your Merced Process Server Answer These Questions? No matter what kind of service business you’re trying to retain, it’s always a smart strategy to have a set of questions ready you’d like to have answered prior to working together. Your particular Merced process server requirements will dictate the questions you will want to …

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Service Re: Hague Convention

Maintaining a California Subsidiary May Expose Foreign Corporations to Service in California A recent California Court of Appeals ruling greatly expands the exposure of foreign corporations to suit in California. As a state that tends to provide a relatively receptive forum for lawsuits against corporations, California places few roadblocks before a litigant seeking to serve …

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Why Orange County Bank Levies Fail

Get Your Orange County Bank Levy Served Right What can you do if you know where a judgment debtor banks, pay a Sheriff to levy their checking account, and you receive a notice from the bank that says “no funds” or “account closed”? Orange County bank levies can be expensive, with the combined cost of …

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Some California Judgment Collection Laws You Should Know

California Bank Levy Laws That May Affect Your Judgment Collection This article points out some judgment-related rules and laws in California. California’s judgment-related laws are most often within the California Code of Civil Procedures, abbreviated as CCPs. In time statutes change, so please validate all laws prior to doing something about it. This is not …

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