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Small claims courts have certain requirements to be addressed before your case concerns are heard. First you must make a formal request to defendant respondent requesting compensations. Explain your reason and present evidence to support your request.
If defendant respondent does not reply within a specified time frame, then you may move forward preparing your case. The SC-100 form (small claims) has to be correctly filled out. Now you're ready to file your case with the court where the case is to be heard.
Once you have filed your case with the court, notification has to be completed, (service of process) giving defendant respondent notice of the pending matter before the courts.
When the small claims SC-100 form has been properly served, a SC-104 form (proof of service) has to be filled out and filed with the appointed court declaring completion of service of process.
This SC-104 form is to be filled out by a process server, sheriff or an adult over the age of 18. After completion of these details you are ready to prepare yourself for your day in court.
California small claims courts rules can be slightly difference depending on which county and city your case is filed. We suggest that you review the courts public information (links) provided before you start filing your case.
This can be valuable information such as:
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Upon your request we provide all of the above services. Assisting you in the preparation along with all other aspects of your case concerns. You also have the option to file your case through turbo court.
This is a great software that is swiftly gaining popularity for online document preparation and filing. Clients usually email us with the file number to their case. We then access a copy of document to begin service of process right online through turbo court.
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Consider the Merits of Your Small Claims Case
We receive assignments on a regular basis for service of process of small claims cases. Some of our clients express their concerns of the injustice they have experience.
Their views and opinions have a right to be clarified. No one wants to be treated unfairly. California small claims courts handle a large number of cases yearly. If there were ever a court you were seeking justice from an act of injustice, California small claims courts is where you want to be.
California courts overseas several areas of concerns where alleged injustice has been dealt. Many of these cases fall under the jurisdiction of small claims. Today's California courts are becoming well known for their no bias policies.
Preparing Yourself for Court Appearance
Once your documents have been successfully served and filed with the courts, now you will have to prepare your case to be heard in small claims courts. Bring with you in detail all receipts, contract statement, pictures, witnesses and most important have your materials in order.
It is of the utmost importance that you present your evidence in the order of a table of content to your case. The Courts find this consideration extremely beneficial in terms of courts time.
Make sure to review some of the links on this page. The links are where you will gather a great deal of useful instructions. You want to give yourself the best available first impression of facts and evidence possible.
We suggest this particular link, research your small claims case, consider investing the time to review this material. There are cases within this link which will fit your particular case profile. So what the author has done is provide you with suggestions and guide lines.
This will give you the possible advantage you need in your civil dispute knowing the statistics of previous cases fitting your case profile.
Small claims courts are where you want to take your disputes. California Process Servers provide serving of your documents in a timely manner. We encourage you to consider our services.
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