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 […]
As a landlord, you may need to serve an eviction notice from time to time. But unless you want to find yourself on the wrong side of the law, it’s very important that you follow the legal guidelines in your State and/or County for serving an eviction notice and proceeding with a Court filing ,
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As the winner of your small claims court case, you’ve been awarded a judgement debt that you’ll need to collect on. Here’s how to get your money faster and safer.
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
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.
Most people know very little about process serving and why it’s important, but its history goes all the way back to the year 1215. That year, the term due process was first used in one of the most famous documents of all time: the Magna Carta. Over the last 800 years, due process has evolved
Most states, including California, require business entities such as corporations or limited liability companies (LLC) to have registered agents. Registered agents are third-party individuals or businesses who are registered in the same state your business entity was established. These third-parties are designated to receive service of process notices and other government notifications such as tax
Restraining Orders are Court Orders designed to protect individuals from others who have previously harmed, abused or harassed them by prohibiting abusers from coming into close proximity to those who have filed for the restraining order. Restraining Orders direct an alleged abuser to stay away from the victim and/or specific locations, including the home or