Allied Legal Servers specializes in the service of all types process. In the legal community, legal documents must be served to its receiver by an independent third party. If you need a reliable company that is prompt and professional, please contact us today!
Our Services include: Process Serving, Court Filing, Document Retrieval, Notary Public, Skip Tracing, Rush Service, Landlord/Tenant, Personal Delivery in Matrimonial cases, Secretary of State filings, So-ordered subpoenas, Orders to Show Cause, Petitions, Summons & Complaints, Filing of Affidavits of Service, Judgments, Liens & Separation Agreements, Notice of Pendency (Lis Pendens), Notices of Appeal & Stipulations of Settlement.
In addition you will receive automatic E-mail Notifications for attempts and upon completion of a service.
Allied Legal Servers has been providing the legal community with valuable court services on all judicial levels, whether federal, state or local. When your firm is in need of court services in the New York area or anywhere in the country, Allied Legal Servers is here to help.
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Allied Legal Servers not only serves the New York area but also nationwide. We have a professional network of licensed process servers throughout the United States allowing us to manage your service of process.
Let us help you with your skip tracing needs in New York or anywhere in the U.S. Through individual searches and compiled search reports our skip tracing service can help locate an individual who has moved and does not want you to know.
If you are searching for an individual that is difficult to locate, give the experts at Allied Legal Servers a call to learn how we can help you!
Secretary of State Filing
Allied Legal Servers can take care of all of your services upon the Secretary of State.
The Secretary of State is the statutory agent for service of process on most business corporations, not-for-profit corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and limited liability partnerships formed in this State (such entities are often referred to as "domestic entities") and for most corporations, not-for-profit corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and limited liability partnerships which were formed in jurisdictions other than this State and which filed applications for authority to do business or conduct activities in this State (such entities are often referred to as "authorized foreign entities"). These instructions are intended to provide guidance to Process Servers who wish to serve process on the Secretary of State as agent for a domestic or authorized foreign entity.