How do I Order Services?

How do I Order Services?

There are a few ways you can order services. Choose one of the following options:
  1.  Complete the Order Form and be sure to attach the documents for service. Once we received the Job Order we will review it and then invoice you via email for the cost of service that you can pay online. The invoice must be paid prior to us begining to make attempts.
  2. Send us an email to support@temeculaattorneyservices.com. Be sure to attached the documents for service and include your service instructions and contact/billing information. Once we received the email, we will review it and send you an invoice via email for the cost of service that can be paid online. The invoice must be paid prior to us begining to make attempts.
  3. You can mail the service documents to our office at 27315 Jefferson Ave., Ste. J-37, Temecula, CA 92590. In the package include a cover letter with your service instructions and contact/billing information. Once we received the package we will review and email you an Invoice for the cost of service that you can pay online. The invoice must be paid prior to us begining to make attempts.
We accept all for forms of payment including credit cards, checks or cash.

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