Member Information
Get Connected
Search by Category
 Private Investigators
 Other PI Services

Hire a Private Investigator. Call Toll-Free 1-877-TOP-PICK or (1-877-867-7425)

Welcome to Central Attorney Service Inc.
Ed Shrader
1241 State Street
San Diego, CA 92101
Show Phone Number
Send Email Visit Website

Appears in Categories
  • Criminal investigations
  • Surveillance
  • Process Server

  • Kern Private Investigator
    Los Angeles Private Investigator
    Orange Private Investigator
    Riverside Private Investigator
    San Diego Private Investigator
    Ventura Private Investigator

    Central Attorney Service, Inc.

    Why Use Central Attorney Service?
    You are looking for a reliable, economical and professional service company. Central Attorney Service is all that and more.

    Central Attorney Service was founded 30 years ago for legal professionals. Our staff is fully trained in all aspects of court procedures, service of process, research and general messenger. We speak your language: we know what you need and we know where to go to accomplish your tasks.

    Central Attorney Service can handle all your needs in:

    • Skip Tracing
    • Process Serving
    • Public Record Research
    • Document Retrieval
    • Court Filings
    • International Service of Process
    • Competitive Intelligence
    • Postal Searches
    • Service on the California Secretary of State
    • Mobile Notary
    • Domestication of Out of State Subpoenas

    Our service is designed to provide you with “one stop shopping” for all your litigation support needs. A single telephone call or e-mail will put you in touch with years of experience in the California and national legal communities, and your job will get done. Just ask our thousands of satisfied clients who have been using Central Attorney Service for the past 30 years. Call today to find out how you can become one of them!

    Central Attorney Service, Inc.
    Welcome to Central Attorney Service Inc.

    Search by Zip
      Enter Zip  search
    Contact Private Investigators near you.
    Firstname *
    Lastname *
    Email *
    Phone *
    Alt. Phone
    Zip *
    Brief reason to contact *

    More information...
    What are signs of a cheating spouse?
    Generally these signs are displayed unknowingly by the cheater, therefore, it is easy to spot these sudden changes in behavior. These signs should only be used as a tool to gauge your suspicions....
    Why do you need a private investigator?
    Private investigations are deemed legal or at least not disallowed in most of the world today. It's a known fact that the legal proceedings sometimes go inconclusive due to a lack of strong evidence. ...
    How to Become a Private Investigator
    Though there are no formal qualifications required to become a private investigator, it is advantageous to have good general education. ...
    Skip Tracing
    A skip tracer’s services may be required to – repossess something like a mobile home, collect outstanding debts, find life insurance beneficiaries, locate a long lost friend...
    Identity Theft
    In 2004, over 9.9 million Americans were victims of identity theft scams and close to $5 billion were lost. ...
    Process Serving
    The legal procedures in the United States of America require that each party involved in a case needs to be duly notified of any action that can be taken against them in a court of law...
    Background Screening
    Companies hire services of investigating agencies or background screening agencies for a fee. Many commercial websites offer specific searches for employers based on their requirements. ...
    Data Profiling
    Data profiling is used in security, law enforcement and intelligence operations for a variety of applications — for example, to assess "trust" for security clearances or to grant authorization etc....
    Private Detectives: Nature of Work
    Private detectives and investigators offer many services, including executive, corporate, and celebrity protection; pre-employment verification; and individual background profiles. ...
    Miranda Warning
    A police warning that is given to criminal suspects...
    Fictional Detectives
    The first two Bond film adaptations featured more investigative work than their successors...
    Who is a Detective?
    Detective is an investigator, either a member of a police agency or a private person. Private detectives usually operate commercially and are licensed....

    Contact Us | Site Map | RSS Feeds | Articles | Jobs | All Members | Popular Searches | Popular Questions | Private Investigator Blog