Professional Registrations are only accepted in person at our San Diego Main Office and San Marcos Office from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday, except for legal and County holidays. The San Diego Main Office and San Marcos Office addresses can be found at our office locations webpage. After reading the information regarding the specific Professional Registration, if you have additional questions, contact our office at (619) 237-0502.
Process Servers are those who make more than ten (10) services of process within this state during one calendar year for specific compensation or in expectation of specific compensation.
To register as a Process Server in San Diego County, you must meet the following requirements:
Filing requirements are the same as above, with the addition of the following:
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Professional Photocopiers are those who for compensation obtains or reproduces documents authorized to be produced, and who, while engaged in performing that activity, has access to the information contained therein. Professional photocopiers shall be responsible at all times for maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of information obtained under California Civil and Evidence Codes in the transmittal or distribution of records to the authorized persons or entities.
To register as a Professional Photocopier in San Diego County, you must meet the following requirements:
LEGAL DOCUMENT ASSISTANT
Legal Document Assistants are those who for compensation provides any self-help service to members of the public who are representing themselves in a legal matter. A legal document assistant is a non-lawyer authorized to prepare legal documents in a ministerial manner for people representing themselves.
To register as a Legal Document Assistant in San Diego County, you must meet the following requirements:
UNLAWFUL DETAINER ASSISTANT
Unlawful Detainer Assistants are those who for compensation provide assistance or advice in the prosecution or defense of an unlawful detainer claim or action. An unlawful detainer action is a court process by which a landlord seeks to have a tenant evicted and/or pay rent that is owed.
To register as an Unlawful Detainer Assistant in San Diego County, you must meet the following requirements: