Do you need a process server in Riverside, CA?
Riverside Sheriffs Deptartment is back logged 3 months per a memo placed on the window in their civil services office in Murrieta. They are not accepting any new orders. They also tell you that there will be NO STATUS UPDATES for at least 10 days after you drop the service when they finally catch up. Why waste money and time waiting on the Sheriff? JPL Process Service will get you results and FAST!
If you need legal papers delivered to an individual or business and want to make sure they receive them, then you’ve come to the right place.
You see, California law requires many types of legal documents to be delivered by licensed, registered and bonded process servers, including:
- bank levies
- restraining orders
- SMALL Claims
- divorce paperwork
- child support paperwork
- summons and complaints starting a lawsuit
- wage garnishments
But even with documents that aren’t required to be delivered by a process server, there are three good reasons you should use one anyway:
- You ensure delivery of sensitive documents
- The recipient cannot deny receipt of delivery
- You save time (not to mention gas) tracking down recipients
So, if you need a process server in Riverside, CA, why not give us a call?
Our process servers are:
- Background Checked
- Rigorously Trained to complete their objectives on time, every time
And if you’re a first time customer, you’ll instantly save $25 on your first order, and each additional order for 30 days after.
With JPL Process Service, your California court documents are served promptly and with strict compliance to the law. Proof of Service is prepared and filed correctly with the court. And you get the peace of mind saving yourself from the aggravation and embarrassment from having your case thrown out because the recipient wasn’t served properly.
Don’t take chances, take $25 off!
Give us a call today at (866) 754-0520 or fill out this form for a free quote. Be sure to mention you’re a new customer.
If you have questions, feel free to ask or check out these faq’s.