What are the Fees for Service of Process?
Every legal document has it own set of requirements or "Due Diligence" for
service. So there is no “One Size Fits All” answer to this question. But to give you an idea on how we determine pricing let me over simplify for the moment. If the document can be Sub-Served typically the fee is $95 per
party/per address for “Routine” service. If the document MUST BE PERSONALLY SERVED or you require Personal Service the Fee is $125 per party/per address for
There are other variables that effect pricing such as the
service address. Gated Properties, Rural Areas are not considered “Routine”. If
someone is avoiding service, that is also not considered a “Routine” service.
Look for an article in this Knowledge Base that explains the process for
serving your particular documents. Then you can get an idea of what the cost
will be. If you’re not sure how your documents need to be served and you can’t
find an article for your particular documents, then to get an accurate quote
please send us an email or give us call.
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What are Witness Fees?
The witness is entitled to receive a witness fee before he or she appears at the deposition of hearing. The law states that if a witness demands a witness at the time of service, service is valid by either "paying or offering the fees" demanded. If ...
What is Service of Process?
Service of process is a United States legal procedure that requires each party to a lawsuit (Defendant or person whom the action is targeting), that they should be appropriately notified of an initial legal action to another party, court, or ...
What is Personal Service?
PERSONAL SERVICE ON AN INDIVIDUAL Is made when the documents for service are delivered directly to the defendant or witness. It is usually presumed that the process server delivers the documents in hand to the person and that service is made ...
What is your service area?
At Temecula Attorney Services Company (TASC), we've been in business since 2004 and have created a reliable network of bonded and registered process servers located throughout Southern California and through the United States. With our fully ...
Why Should I Use a Registered Process Server?
In the State of California anyone over the age of 18 who is not a party to the action (CCP 414.10) can serve legal process as long as they don't get paid more than 10 times a year. So you might ask yourself, "Why should I use a Registered Process ...