Professional LA Skip Tracing
Whether you are seeking those that have fled financial responsibility or are trying to hide from the law, we have the experience and the most advanced technology available to locate these missing parties vital to your court case. Our professional staff will work with you to obtain essential information in locating the defendant such as residential addresses, business addresses, telephone numbers, and more.
What Is Skip Tracing?
Skip tracing is the process of locating a person for any number of purposes such as serving subpoenas, divorce papers, foreclosure action, and other legal documents crucial to proceeding with your case. Our expert staff can perform this task with efficiency and professionalism.
Why Hire a Professional for Skip Tracing?
You can try to locate a missing person yourself, but it can involve a lot of time, money and legwork. It can mean hours of fruitless research, and trips to the courthouse to scour public records. Free Internet search services can occasionally be helpful, but the best services will cost you a fee.
Expert Skip Tracers offer the ability to locate individuals in the Los Angeles area, California and throughout the United States. And let's face it - getting lost in Southern California is an easy thing to do. Those who have changed residence, are in hiding, or deliberately evading being served can be found by a professional skip tracer. Using skip tracing databases that are not available to the general public, we are able to find the individual, and serve them properly in accordance to California State Law.
Some of The Tools We Use in Skip Tracing
If your legal issues are hanging on making sure that the defendants or others involved are served with summons or other legal paperwork, then you are likely to need the services of a registered and bonded process server in Los Angeles. We believe that we have mastered the art of locating and serving even the most evasive, clever, and devious of persons with legal papers. Don't jeopardize your court case by being thwarted by shifty defendants; contact us today for further information. Call us at (213) 487-4123 and let us help you locate these hiding individuals, and proceed with your court case.
In preparation of these web pages, every effort has been made to offer the most current and correct information possible. However, inadvertent errors can occur, and applicable fees, laws, rules, and regulations often change. None of the information provided on this site should be construed as legal advice. The information published is a general summary of the rules concerning service of process, and may not apply directly to any specific circumstance.