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 automated technology we can literally get service documents into the hands of Process Servers in minutes. Our immediate service area includes the following cities:
- Sun City
- San Jacinto
- Lake Elsinore
- Canyon Lake
We also cover North County San Diego Cities like:
- Valley Center
- San Marcos
- Camp Pendleton
- Rancho Santa Fe
We have a network of servers in all of the following Southern California Counties:
- Riverside County
- San Diego County
- Orange County
- Los Angeles County
- San Bernardino County
- Imperial County
Our Network of servers extends Nationwide and World Wide. We've served document in many countries. If the country will allow service, we have the connections to get it served.
What is considered "Routine Service"?
Routine Service is first attempt is made within 48 hours of the receiving the service documents and payment has been made. Then morning, noon and night attempts are made within 7 days, giving us a 7 day window for service. If your job needs to be ...
What is Substitute Service?
Substitute Service on an individual can be made If an individual defendant cannot be personally served after required "due diligence" attempts, substituted service may be made. Substituted service is made by leaving a copy of the service documents ...
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 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 if the Defendant is AVOIDING service?
What do you do if the defendant is avoiding service? Unfortunately, a Process Server cannot force someone to open a door and in the State of California there is no consequence for avoiding service. But, do not fear, just because they are avoiding ...