Our Legal Team understands the Florida legal system and can provide you with pre-litigation support. In civil procedure, during the discovery phase of litigation, a party to a lawsuit may request the other party to provide copies of documents pertaining to the subject matter of the case. Proper procedure calls for a Notice of Intent to Serve Subpoena to give the other party a chance to object the request.
According to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure 1.351, if no objection is made by the party, the next step would be a subpoena for the production of documents (subpoena duces tecum). Let Olender Legal Solutions take the burden of drafting the necessary documents and going to the clerk of court to issue a subpoena on your behalf. In addition, if the documents are required to stay on-site, we can scan documents on-site.