Are You Looking For a Fast Process Server in
Downtown Los Angeles to Serve Your Legal Documents?
You’ve come to the right place. Elite Pro Servers is a Local process service company that serves Downtown Los Angeles and all surrounding Southern California Areas. Your documents will be served by a dedicated, licensed process server in Downtown Los Angeles. We also offer a full range of services including Process Service, Rush Service, Skip Tracing, Courier, Messenger and Court Services.
We have been in business over 10 years with a excellent record at serving our client’s documents in a timely manner. Your legal documents will be served by our professional, registered, bonded and Licensed process servers who have many years of experience. Elite Pro Servers takes pride in each service to build lasting relationships with our clients. Whether you have one service, or you’re a Law Firm that needs many legal services, we value each and every Service.
Guaranteed Low Rates…No Hidden Fees…No Mileage Fees…Fast Service
Having your documents served has never been easier. Just click on the Request Service button below or call (818) 527-5612 to start:
If You Need a Process Server in Downtown Los Angeles, We Offer High Quality and Reliable Service at Very Competitive Rates.
Do you need a fast and reliable process server in Downtown Los Angeles? It is our mission to serve your important documents in the most time and cost effective manner and we are willing to go the extra mile to get it done. We don’t rest until your documents are served. The backbone of Elite Pro Servers is its experienced and honest team of professionals who are registered, bonded, and highly experienced in the ins and outs of process serving as well as other services. You can expect prompt, accurate and diligent services to meet your legal needs. No more worrying about your legal documents, you can count on Elite Pro Services.
Most Local Basic Process Serving Jobs are $55.00. Stakeouts, messenger and courier are $40.00 Per Hour.
“I hired Elite Pro Servers recently, I had a difficult service. Kim got them served pretty quickly!!! I would recommend this Company.”
We Make it Very simple to get your documents served with our easy 3-step process:
Just give us some information about the type of documents you would like served and the zip code of the service. You can give us a call at (818) 527-5612 or fill out our quick form below.
We will review your requested service and give you a very fair price, usually within 1 hour. If you decide to hire us, you can submit your documents either by fax, email or our online form.
A qualified process server in Downtown Los Angeles will serve your documents in the most timely manner possible. Once the your documents are legally served, we will notify you and supply you with the Proof of Service which you can either file yourself or we can file for you.
Simply click on the Request Service button below and fill out the online form or call (818) 527-5612 to speak to a qualified process server in Downtown Los Angeles.
"I had a very difficult situation with a previous client and Kim went above and beyond in taking care of it for me. I've used several different companies but never have I felt the need to post a review. I definitely recommend Elite Pro Servers if you have a situation that needs to be taken care of in a quick and professional manner."
Katie M. - Fort Riley, KS
Downtown Los Angeles
Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) is the central business district of Los Angeles, California, as well as a diverse residential neighborhood of some 58,000 people. A 2013 study found that the district is home to over 500,000 jobs. It is also part of Central Los Angeles.
A heritage of the city’s founding in 1781, Downtown Los Angeles today is composed of different areas ranging from a fashion district to Skid Row, and it’s the hub of the city’s Metro rapid transit system.
Banks, department stores, and movie palaces at one time drew residents and visitors into the area, but the district declined economically and suffered a downturn for decades until its recent renaissance starting in the early 2000s. Old buildings are being modified for new uses, and skyscrapers have been built.
Land speculation increased in the 1880s, which saw the population of the city explode from 11,000 in 1880 to nearly 100,000 by 1896.Infrastructure enhancements and the laying of a street grid eventually brought development south of the original settlement into what is today the Civic Center and Historic Core neighborhoods.
By 1920, the city’s private and municipal rail lines were the most far-flung and most comprehensive in the world in mileage, even besting that of New York City. By this time, a steady influx of residents and aggressive land developers had transformed the city into a large metropolitan area, with DTLA at its center. Rail lines connected four counties with over 1,100 miles (1,800 km) of track.
During the early part of the 20th century, banking institutions clustered around South Spring Street, forming the Spring Street Financial District. Sometimes referred to as the “Wall Street of the West,”the district held corporate headquarters for financial institutions including Bank of America, Farmers and Merchants Bank, the Crocker National Bank, California Bank & Trust, and International Savings & Exchange Bank. The Los Angeles Stock Exchange was also located on the corridor from 1929 until 1986 before moving into a new building across the Harbor (110) Freeway.
Commercial growth brought with it hotel construction—during this time period several grand hotels, the Alexandria (1906), the Rosslyn (1911), and the Biltmore (1923), were erected — and also the need for venues to entertain the growing population of Los Angeles. Broadway became the nightlife, shopping and entertainment district of the city, with over a dozen theater and movie palaces built before 1932.