Local, efficient, reliable service of process, Skip tracing, Apostille, Court filings and Mobile notary services.

We Strive to provide fast reliable service of process, skip tracing, Apostille, and mobile notary services throughout the Oklahoma City Metro area.


An Apostille is a certification provided under the Hague Apostille Convention, used to authenticate the origin of a public document. It enables the acceptance of public documents across countries that are part of the Convention, eliminating the need for dual certification by the originating country and the receiving country.


  • Legalizing Documents: It makes public documents (like birth certificates, marriage certificates, or court orders) legally acceptable in all member countries of the Hague Apostille Convention.


  1. Submission: Submit the document to the appropriate authority in the country of origin.

  2. Verification: The authority verifies the document and its origin.

  3. Attachment: If approved, an apostille certificate is attached to the document, validating its origin.

Our Services

Mobile Notary

A Mobile Notary is a notary public who travels to various locations to offer notarial services, providing convenience to those who are unable to travel. This service is beneficial for clients at hospitals, offices, homes, or other agreed-upon locations.

This may include:

  • Witnessing Signatures: Verifying the identity of individuals signing documents.

  • Administering Oaths and Affirmations: As required for legal documents.

  • Certifying Copies of Documents: Attesting to the authenticity of document copies.

  • Executing Jurats and Other Acts: As per jurisdictional laws.

Key Features:

  • Convenience: Meets clients at their preferred locations.

  • Availability: Often available during non-business hours, weekends, and holidays.

  • Legality and Compliance: Adheres to all laws and ethical standards by holding Notary Public Commission and an Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance policy.

Serve of Process

The Serve of Process is a critical step in the legal process, where individuals or entities are officially notified of their involvement in a legal action. This service is fundamental to uphold the right to due process under the law.


  • Official Notification: To formally notify a defendant or involved party of legal proceedings, allowing them to respond.

  • Legal Requirement: Essential for the validity of legal proceedings, ensuring that parties are aware and have the opportunity to defend themselves.


  1. Issuance: Legal documents, such as summonses, complaints, or subpoenas, are issued by a court or legal authority.

  2. Delivery: A process server or appropriate party delivers documents to the named party.

  3. Proof of Service: The server provides evidence to the court that the documents have been served, typically through an affidavit of service.


  • Timely and Lawful: Service must be completed within prescribed time limits and follow legal procedures.

  • Professional Conduct: Typically conducted by professional process servers or law enforcement officers.

  • Evidence of Service: It is crucial to prove that service was made to the correct individual and followed legal protocols.

Legal Filings

Legal Filings refer to the submission of legal documents to the appropriate court or legal authority. This process is crucial for initiating, conducting, and responding to legal actions and proceedings.


  • Initiate Legal Actions: Legal filings start lawsuits and other legal actions, making them a fundamental aspect of the legal process.

  • Official Record: They serve as the official record of legal actions, applications, responses, and decisions within the legal system.


  1. Preparation: Legal documents are drafted, outlining the nature of the legal action or response.

  2. Submission: Documents are submitted to the appropriate court or authority, typically within a specific timeframe.

  3. Receipt Confirmation: A stamped copy or acknowledgment receipt is usually provided as proof of submission.


  • Specific Requirements: Filings must adhere to format, content, and timing requirements specific to the jurisdiction and type of legal action.

  • Organized and Detailed: Documents should be accurately and clearly drafted to avoid ambiguity or misunderstanding.

  • Time-Sensitive: Many legal filings have strict deadlines which, if missed, could have significant legal ramifications.

Skip Tracing

Skip Tracing is a method used primarily by investigators, debt collectors, process servers, and bail agents to locate a person’s whereabouts for various purposes such as serving legal documents or collecting debts.


  • Locate Individuals: To find individuals who are missing, have skipped town, or are avoiding legal obligations.

  • Recover Debts: It is frequently used to locate debtors who have defaulted on their financial commitments.


  1. Data Collection: Accumulate information on the individual from public records, online databases, and other resources.

  2. Analysis: Analyze the collected data to create a profile of the individual's possible locations, associates, and contacts.

  3. Location: Use the analyzed data to determine the current whereabouts of the individual.


  • In-Depth Research: Utilizes extensive research and investigative techniques.

  • Multiple Sources: Employs various resources such as credit reports, public records databases, and social media.

  • Legally Compliant: Conducted within the boundaries of the law to respect individual privacy rights.

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