Glendale Process Server Successfully Locates Defendants for Summons and Legal Documents
Glendale, CA – Legally serving someone is delivering court documents that implement a person in a lawsuit, debt, or crime. In anticipation of being served, people try to hide their whereabouts or relocate to avoid being found. In these instances, process servers can find them through private databases, interviews, and other investigative tactics and ensure they are given notice of legal action.
Glendale Process Server delivers/serves legal documents and files confidential court papers and transcripts while retrieving other official documents. The licensed professionals and private investigators serve summons, complaints, evictions, temporary restraining orders (TROs), ADR packets, subpoenas, small claims, and deposition orders. Since its inception, the company has served many individuals, corporates, and other business entities, resulting in high return rates for customers in Southern California.
“I needed to serve several hard-to-find people for a case. Glendale Process Server Intel was able to get the job done very quickly. Excellent customer service. I will be using their services in the future.” Mark, satisfied client.
The licensed process server Glendale locates targets of interest using skip tracing, the latest technology, trade secrets, and tried methods. Skip tracers are often employed by police detectives, repossession agents, private investigators, lawyers, journalists, bounty hunters, debt collectors, and more. They find an individual’s current location, all contact information, employment details, financial background, family members, and key information about a case. The skip tracers receive training on new platforms and techniques to stay ahead of the competition and meet clients’ needs.
Glendale Process Server uses Open Source Intelligence Techniques (OSINT) to find, authenticate, and collect data from publicly available sources for report writing. While skip-tracing searches may be outdated or inaccurate, the company supplements it with OSINT data to find defendants, witnesses, or agents who have eluded prior summons or other location efforts. An OSINT analysis finds images of a subject for service, identifies known associates/potential witnesses, locates employees, assesses threat levels, and conducts social media investigations.
Aside from skip tracing and OSINT, Glendale Process Server uses surveillance to verify the facts and testimony of the witnesses, defendants, and prosecution. The team uses drones, recordings/transcriptions, photography, marital investigations, DMV searches, and video conversion to supply clear, high-quality information for evidence. Some of the investigations they conduct include adultery, noncompliant parents regarding child support, employment injuries, income verification, hit/run accidents, fraud, elderly abuse, and more. The company leverages self-operating surveillance systems where lengthy monitoring is needed to determine the subjects’ schedule before in-person surveillance begins.
Visit the company’s website to learn about process serving, background checks, private investigations, interviews, asset searches, and intelligence gathering. Glendale Process Server is at 121 W Lexington Dr Suite 500B, Glendale, CA, 91203, US. To make inquiries or order a service conveniently, call the company at 626-385-8662.
Glendale Process Server
Glendale Process Server
121 W Lexington Dr Suite 500B
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