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Federal Rule 45 Subpoena to Produce Documents | Receiving and Forwarding Documents (100 Miles Radius) 

 

Does your law firm need to subpoena an entity for documents but they are out of the 100 mile radius, per Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (Rule 45(c)(2)? Let Southwest Louisiana Process Service, LCC serve as your receiving and forwarding agent. 

At Southwest Louisiana Process Service, we are well-versed with these rules and prepared to navigate this complex terrain on your behalf. Our goal is to ensure subpoenas are served correctly, swiftly, and in full compliance with federal regulations.

As stated in Rule 45(c)(2), "inspection of premises occur at those premises, and that production of documents, tangible things, and electronically stored information may be commanded to occur at a place within 100 miles of where the person subject to the subpoena resides, is employed, or regularly conducts business in person."

Understanding that entities may fall outside the prescribed 100-mile range, we've established a service to alleviate this potential roadblock. We will receive and forward any documents from entities outside this range, allowing for smoother progression of your legal proceedings.

One of the advantages we offer is our strategic location. Southwest Louisiana Process Service is based in Elton, LA, which is advantageously situated within 100 miles of four major cities: Lake Charles, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, and Alexandria. This location allows us to efficiently serve in the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana, covering a broad geographical scope for your convenience.

When you engage Southwest Louisiana Process Service for serving Federal Rule 45 subpoenas, you get more than just a service provider. You gain a partner with an unwavering commitment to accuracy, timeliness, and professionalism. Let us help you navigate your subpoenas efficiently and accurately, ensuring your legal processes advance without unnecessary delay. 

Trust in the experts at Southwest Louisiana Process Service – our in-house team is standing by, ready to ensure your law firm navigates federal subpoenas with confidence and ease.

SERVICE TERMS:

Southwest Louisiana Process Service agrees to provide the service of receiving, handling, storage, and forwarding of any physical documents received related to the service under this agreement. 

DELIVERY OF DOCUMENTS:

Documents must be sent via USPS, FedEx, or UPS to the following address:

Southwest Louisiana Process Service, LLC
127 Lawrence Street
Elton, LA 70532

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