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Frequently Asked Questions

Q) What if I do not have an address for the defendant, or the one provided to SwiftlyServed is incorrect or outdated?

A) If we discover that the defendant has moved, or that the address provided is otherwise invalid, SwiftlyServed can conduct specialized research known as "skip tracing" to uncover new addresses (for an additional cost) In case such a situation arises, please call us at (949) 313-7030.

Q) What if the the papers cannot be served by the date required by the court?

A) Please contact the court as soon as possible and request that the court date be changed to accommodate the service of process. If you are involved in a small claims suit, and the claim has been served on some but not all the parties you are suing, you may have to request to postpone the trial by using the form SC-150. Contact us ASAP so that we may help you serve them in the new time-frame.

Q) What is the best way to contact SwiftlyServed?

A) The quickest way to get in touch with us is to call (949) 313-7030.
We are also available through email at [email protected]
Alternatively, click on "contact us" in the top right bar near the shopping cart.

Q) What does the bodycam assurance entail?

A) The body-cam asssurance applies only to successfully completed serves. On rare occasions, defendants may try to lie in court about having been served legal papers. In this unlikely instance, our HD video and audio recordings taken by bodycam are there to support you in a court of law, and to secure the validity of the process served. Recordings of process service will only be released at the direction of a formal administrative/judicial order or hearing.

Q) How can I get a restraining order against someone?

A) The California Courts website provides a well written guide on requesting a restraining order against an individual in a variety of situations.