Record Subpoenas Process Service – Records Subpoenas Process Server
Records subpoena (or subpoena duces tecum) is a court summons that orders a named party to appear in court and produce documents of other tangible evidence for use at trial. A subpoenas duces tecum must be given to the person who is in charge of the documents or records that you want produced in court. This information must be accurate because if you serve the wrong custodian of records, you will not get them. Sometimes it can be difficult to reach an individual who possesses medical or financial records relevant to a particular case. Our service makes sure that your legal documents can and are served on the proper individuals within the designated service period. Our process servers will ensure that we get the right person and that the job gets done on time, every time.
In order to subpoena documents, you must:
- Complete the subpoena form
- Prepare a declaration under penalty of perjury. You must explain why you need the documents from the custodian of records and why they are relevant to the issues involved in the case.
- Have a subpoena issued by the court clerk.
Click here, http://courts.ca.gov/forms.htm, for forms that will need for submit a record subpoena request.
PremierLegalSupportService.com employs expert California process servers who are familiar with local, state and national laws for small claims courts. They will ensure that your papers are served quickly and legally within the time constraints so that you may go forward with the legal action that you are trying to pursue.
By using a California legal process service or server with Premier Legal Support Service, the judicial system can make a faster decision because they have all of the information they need right at hand.
If you would like to submit your request now, please click here for one of our available forms. If you would like to speak with one of our representatives regarding your needs, please call 877 493 3463 or click on the live chat link in the upper right hand corner.