In order to bring a lawsuit against a person or business in California, you must do the following:
- Be a natural person and have “legal standing” and “legal capacity” to sue a person or business.
- Decide which court and county is appropriate to file the lawsuit.
- Draft and file an initial complaint, also known as a lawsuit, which states the essential elements of your claim or dispute.
- Legally notify the person(s) or business(es) that a lawsuit has been filed against them.
Each of the steps above are required in order for a lawsuit to proceed. Failure to meet the above requirements in the proper order and within the proper time limits may result in the court immediately dismissing a case. SueYa.com’s experts have experience across all California jurisdictions and will take the lead on getting your lawsuit filed correctly and promptly.
What's included in our service?
Based on your inputs, SueYa.com will determine the appropriate courthouse and department to file suit.
Initial Complaint Document Preparation
We will draft the lawsuit according to the details you provide for your claim or dispute.
Process of Service
Lawsuit Status Updates
Track the progress of your lawsuit and receive alerts if you need to take any actions.
If you prevail in your lawsuit, SueYa.com can assist you to enforce the court’s judgment against the defendant(s).
Often times, winning a lawsuit is only half the battle as you may be dealing with an evasive defendant. People and companies may try and avoid payment or remediation. but SueYa.com offers solutions and we charge nothing up front to enforce a legal judgment.