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29 April 2014

Difficulties in Serving Documents on Private Mailboxes (CMRA) in California

Over the last 6 years we have experienced several different types challenging services. One questions I am asked often by clients about process serving is can we serve the documents on someone even if they only have a private mailbox? The answer is generally yes, but this all depends on…

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31 December 2012

Do you need a process server to publish a notice?

One of the legal options for process serving in San Diego involves the publication of the notice in the legal section of the paper. While this may seem like an easy thing to do, hold of scheduling the notice – there is a lot more involved in the process than…

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29 November 2012

Things to do before hiring a process server

Before you commit to hiring a process server in San Diego there are a few things you should do to make sure the person is going to be able to perform process serving without incident. The first thing you want to check for is proper licensing, registration and insurance or…

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31 October 2012

How much does a process server charge?

A process server in San Diego typically charges between $40 and $70 per service act. Why such a big range? Because some jobs are “rush” jobs and others do not have a time pressure to them. Why not just use the Sheriff, they are cheaper. You can contract with your…

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10 October 2012

Does a Process Server in San Diego have to be licensed?

Yes and no. While it is not a requirement that a process server in San Diego have a California Process Server’s license, if they are serving more than 10 papers a year they do need to be registered and bonded on the county level. Bear in mind that the rules…

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