Legal documents served by our professional process servers:
Summons & Complaints
Evictions & Unlawful Detainers
Notices to Pay or Quit
Record, Personal Subpoenas
Family Court Request for Order
Notice of Hearing
Correspondence – Discovery
Order for Appearance and Examination
Our staff of Bonded & Registered Process Servers is prepared to get your legal documents served in San Diego County. We offer routine, rush, and on-demand service of process. Our low flat-fee includes unlimited attempts at the address provided.
Rush Court Filing Services
Our San Diego process servers file documents anywhere in San Diego County. Same day filing or routine service is available.
Routine Court Filing
Our San Diego process servers file documents anywhere in San Diego and surrounding counties same day service or routine service is available.
Through dedicated database research, we determine the current residential address for difficult to find individuals and defendants.
Civil, criminal, family, probate indexing and case file copying are available in all jurisdictions. We will advance fees when necessary; said fees are due upon delivery. We can obtain certified copies of court records (divorce decrees, criminal records, judgments, sentencing, minute orders, etc.) upon request.
We can perform stake outs on difficult to serve defendants and individuals who are evading service. Stake outs are performed in 4 hours blocks in the early morning hours when the target is most accessible. We are discreet, direct, and resolved to complete your service of process in a professional, timely manner.
Experience Callahan’s personal touch.
Callahan is proud to be family owned and operated since 2006 and can be reached 7 days a week by phone or email to address any of your urgent Service of Process or Court Filing needs.
If over the course of days our process server determines the individual is evading service, we can recommend and perform a stakeout to serve the individual on the way out at their home or business. There is a separate fee for a stakeout.
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