Artemis Legal is an established woman owned company based in Tucson, Arizona, specializing in service of process and other legal assistance services.
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Artemis Legal, formerly known as ACMS Process Service, is an established woman owned company based in Tucson, Arizona specializing in supporting the legal needs of the city of Tucson and it's surrounding areas. At Artemis Legal, we are all about integrity and strive to provide our clients with the highest level of professional service. Our clients’ needs and concerns are the most important factor in our services. We take care of the job in a timely manner and ALWAYS get the job done the right way. Our repeat clients will tell you that the honesty, consistency, and communication at Artemis Legal shows through in the quality of services provided.
Although we serve all legal documents, our most common services pertain to collections, family law, evictions, criminal subpoenas, and other civil cases. In addition to service of process, we also offer private investigation services. Do you need to run a background check on a potential business partner or find a missing person? Call us today and we can offer you what you need in Tucson, throughout Arizona, and beyond.
Process Service: Prompt service of subpoenas, writs, notices, and other legal documents for a variety of civil and criminal court cases and other legal needs.
Investigative Services: Surveillance, person locates, background checks, asset checks, and other private investigative services related to process service and personal situations.
Document Retrieval: Research and retrieval of court documents and other necessary papers in local, state, nationwide, and other databases.
Court Filing: Assistance with electronic filing as necessary or court filing in person. Includes daily filing for proof of service and additional documents for open cases in all Tucson local courts. Filing in neighboring counties on special request.
Arizona has statewide registration of process servers in compliance with procedures set forth by the Arizona Supreme Court. This means that a professional process server must pass a written examination and adhere to other standards by law.
Process serving laws differ from state to state. Make sure you know the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure before having documents served. Improper service can lead to delays in your case, additional court fees, or even having your case thrown out.
Do you have questions about service of process in Arizona? Although we cannot provide legal advice, we will provide you with guidance, professionalism and the service of expert legal support professionals to meet your legal needs.
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