California Process Servers

California Assembly Bill 2364 Changes Bank Levy Laws

New California Bank Levy Law With each New Year comes a bumper crop of new laws on the books, numerous of which you’ll never hear about. Our job as licensed Orange County process servers is to keep our customers abreast of any new laws which could influence them, their cases or their sensitive legal papers. …

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How To Execute and Collect On An Earnings Withholding Order

Wage Garnishment And Earnings Withholding Order Services In many instances, specifically those involving child support, you may be owed money and need a way to collect.  If the defendant is behind in payments or not making them completely, your best bet is to declare an earnings withholding order. If the debtor has not paid the …

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What Is A Process Server?

What’s A Process Server And What Do They Do? A registered process server is an individual that is certified and trained to provide (serve) legal documents to people and companies, known as defendants or parties. When a criminal or civil case goes to court, the lawyers will alert the parties included through legal documents. The …

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Things To Consider About Orange County Bank Levies

Need An Orange County Bank Levy Served? Lots of people ask us to perform a bank levy to collect money owed on their court judgment. After all, bank levies are an effective means to obtain the court judgment paid at one time. It doesn’t matter if your judgment is from Small Claims Court or regular …

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Must Orange County Process Servers Say You've Been Served?

Should Process Servers State “You’ve been served” Or Not? Is there any genuine explanation to state “you’ve been served”? Exactly what function does mentioning “you’ve been served hold”? As a process server, declarations that agitate and intensify the situation like “hey mister, you’ve been served” will certainly exasperate servees and possibly earn a violent reaction …

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