TJJT Process can assist you in serving summons, subpoenas, and any notice, process, writ, order, pleading or paper required or permitted by Arizona law.
Are you like
Harry Harassed – who needs an Order of Protection served on a one-time close friend,
Susie Summons – who needs a small claims summons served on an unfriendly person for damages done,
Frank Subpoena – who needs a subpoena served on a witness for a hearing.
My Experience has been mostly serving legal documents on Divorces.
While a lawyer can help you find a process server or you can tell your lawyer about me. The clerk of the court usually recommends that you start with the yellow pages where I am listed.
However, you found me. I am glad you stopped by. While I do enjoy a good cup of tea, you and I are usually pressed for time. Give me a call or click on to the Questionaire and fax or e-mail it using the toll-free secured line 1 (855) 254 – 5812
If you need some time to think about how to answer those questions, browse on over to the Terms and Conditions you will find the pricing there.
Service areas include:
. Phoenix. Sun City. Scottsdale. Chandler. Glendale. Peoria
. Paradise Valley. Anthem. Carefree. Fountain hills
. Avondale. Mesa. Surprise. Tempe. North Scottsdale. Arrowhead. Sun City West
. others not on list
The Three Core Values
Confidence starts with an honest completion of the Questionnaire to begin the preliminary assessment.
Proficiency is revealed in the verification process and in the receiving/delivery process.
Security is about having the safeguards in place from the minute a client contacts this company to well after its lifetime. This company implements 5-key principles:
- Take Stock – Know what personal information is stored on your company files and on your company computers.
- Scale Down – Keep only what your company needs for its business.
- Lock it – Protect the information that your company keeps.
- Pitch it – Properly dispose of what your company no longer needs.
- Plan ahead – Create a plan to respond to security incidents
The 5-key principles were adopted from The Federal Trade Commission brochure 2006 “PROTECTING PERSONAL INFORMATION: A guide to business”