Welcome to A.C.E., Inc.ís
Florida Subpoena Services website! Our company is here to help you in
taking care of all of your subpoena service needs throughout Florida area in the most professional way possible.
A.C.E., Inc. is a 21-year-old company that has been conducting its
business throughout the entire state of Florida, where our corporate
office is located in Boynton Beach. A.C.E., Inc. is recognized as being
the most reliable Subpoena Services company to handle all subpoena
services in Florida.
When you need your subpoenas delivered and/or served by a licensed and
experienced process server in Florida please contact us anytime. We will be sure to provide you with
a flat fee and offer you the finest services in Florida,
A.C.E., Inc. takes pride in being a widely renowned process serving
company that is reliable and efficient across the entire state of
Florida. We take your business very seriously, where we go through great
lengths to get the job done proficiently and accurately in any city or
county in South Florida. An appropriate affidavit of service is
documented and delivered upon completion of each subpoena service
The process of
serving subpoenas are generally the same, but can have little tweaks
depending on the states in question. This page is meant to provide
clarity into the process of subpoenas and how the process can be changed
depending on guidelines.
Generally, subpoenas are issued by the clerk of the court in
the name of the particular judge who is presiding over the case at hand.
When a subpoena is delivered, the recipient must respond to it within a
certain period of time or face possible legal ramifications.
However, there are some circumstances where the recipient(s)
can object to the subpoena issued. The reasoning to object against a
subpoena must be relevant and deemed worthy, but in any case can still
To object against a subpoena the party must thoroughly
explain how the subpoena is requesting information that is irrelevant to
the case, such as records that are confidential or records that have no
relevance to the court case proceedings.
In the state of Florida, before being able to serve
subpoenas to people the subpoenaing party must first file either a
Notice of Intent to Serve Subpoena or a Notice of Production from
Non-Party. These notices must be filed ten days in advance of serving a
subpoena. This is done in Florida and other states to give the
defendant(s) adequate time to prepare for and possibly file any/all
objections to the incoming subpoena.