Learn about the federal rules for service of process and how law firms should operate when performing service of process for litigation.
What is substitute service of process and how does it work in California? When standard service of process fails, you need a backup plan.
Having trouble with effective service of process in your case initiations? One Legal’s COO is here to bring you six sure-fire strategies so your serves go off without a hitch.
Discover how a waiver of service can expedite civil lawsuits, promote cooperation, and streamline complex cases and learn about when they can be used.
Learn about the most frequently asked questions that we at One Legal receive about eService for California firms and get to grips with it.
An entire case can hinge on the quality of the initial service of process. That’s why we’ve been making improvements to deliver reliable, traceable serves that meet your standards every time.
When placing an order to file + serve + file, you can now choose to review returned documents before they are served. Plus, include ADR Packets and Notices as needed.
Use this guide to pinpoint and be proactive about issues with your Service of Process provider—before they become an issue that runs you the risk of wasting your client’s cash.
Answers to some of your most pressing questions about service of process and effecting a serve every time.
How does eService compare to traditional service of process? Does Emergency Rule 12 factor in? What are the differences between electronic and physical service?
You order the service of legal documents all the time, but how much do you really know?
Take this quiz to find out what kind of process server you’d be!
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At One Legal we’ve long prided ourselves in being among the most successful process servers in the business. Until recently, the California Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) for service inside a gated community contained a rule hindering unannounced access to the party being served. Service of process and gated communities […]