Massachusetts Notary Public & Legal Support Network
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We provide various legal support services throughout Massachusetts. We offer mobile (traveling) notary public services. Our Massachusetts notaries public are very knowledgeable and competent when it comes to the duties and responsibilities of a notary public. We take acknowledgments, witness signatures, issue subpoenas, issue witness summons, certify copies of documents, sign affidavits (jurat), take depositions, administer oaths, etc. We also offer Massachusetts process server services. We serve legal process (paperwork), such as divorce paperwork, domestic relations summons and complaint, contempt summons, 14-day notices to quit, 30-day notices to quit, federal subpoena, subpoena duces tecum, deposition subpoena, witness subpoena, criminal subpoenas, etc. Unlike most process service networks in Massachusetts, our staff members are also certified or degreed paralegals. We offer paralegal services, and can assist you in areas other process service companies can't. For example, paralegals can investigate matters and represent you before administrative agencies (DTA, etc.). Since we have paralegals available, our notaries public are authorized to draft and issue subpoenas. Therefore, if you need a subpoena, all you have to do is fill out the 'online subpoena request form' found on our website. The information you provide us with will enable us to type out a subpoena. Then, a notary public will issue it and give it to a Massachusetts constable or process server to serve. It's that easy! Do you have a case pending out of state and need to take the deposition of a Massachusetts resident (or other entity)? If so, we can assist you. Our office can draft, issue, and serve a Massachusetts deposition subpoena to compel the resident (or other entity) to appear for a deposition that must take place here in Massachusetts. This deposition summons may also command the witness to produce evidence (documents, records, payroll, and pictures). Please visit our website for more information.
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?If you are needing the services of a notary public, make sure the notary is knowledgeable and in compliance with Executive Order 455 (04-04), "Standards of Conduct for Notaries Public." If you need your court process served, make sure you give the process server or constable everything that the court gave you. The server will know what needs to be served with your paperwork. Finally, if you're looking to get subpoenas or summonses issued for your pending case, you should seek out a notary public who works in the legal field. A lot of notaries don't know how to prepare or issue a subpoena. Many will refuse and tell you they can't when legally they can.