DBA: Also known as a fictitious business name, a “doing business as” notice costs just $35 in the Journal. That includes all four weeks of publication, and filing the final affidavit with the county clerk.
All we need is a copy of your notice (assuming you have already filed with the county clerk), along with a check, cash or money order for $35.
We also now accept credit card payments. The deadline is for our Thursday newspaper is Monday at 3 p.m. The deadline for our Monday paper is 10:30 a.m. on Thursday.
You can mail it to us or drop by our office.
We can also file your notice with the county clerk, if you like. Their filing fee is $23. Our fee to help you file electronically is $10 for each notice. You get expert help, and save a trip to Santa Ana.
As an adjudicated newspaper in Orange County, we can publish your notice no matter which O.C. city your business is located in.
For more details, call us at (714) 539-6018.
Name Changes: For a personal name change, the fee is $90; $10 extra for each name after the first. That’s for four weeks, and includes filing the final affidavit with the court.
All we need is a copy of your “Order to Show Cause” (you get that from the court) along with a check, cash or money order for $90 (or higher with additional names). We also accept credit card payments.
Other Notices: The Journal can publish the full range of legal notices that you might require. Here are some of the more common ones, and their rates:
• Trustee sale: $295.
• Bulk sale: $75.
• Administration of estate (sometimes called a “death notice”): $295.
• Summons: Depends somewhat on length, but most are $295.
For more information, or for rates on other notices, call (714) 539-6018.
Garden Grove Journal was adjudicated a newspaper of general circulation by court case A12461 on Nov. 26, 1984. We are adjudicated for the City of Garden Grove, West Orange County Judicial District, County of Orange and the State of California.