Does a process server need to be licensed?

Answer Alaska, Arizona, California, Illinois, Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma and Texas require process servers to be licensed. In addition, some states require that process servers be registered in their coun... Read More »

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How to Become a Process Server?

Anyone who has received a summons, subpoena or any other such legal document of the court knows about process servers. They are the ones who deliver these papers to the parties involved in legal ca... Read More »

What type of questions and topics are covered in the interview with Homeland Security as part of the application process to become a Licensed Customs Broker?

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What Is a DCOM Server Process?

A distributed component object model (DCOM) server process is part of the technology designed by Microsoft. This system allows software components to communicate with each other across networked co... Read More »

How much does a process server make?

The salary range for new process servers starts at $19,653 up to as high as $36,625. A process server with more than a year of experience, but less than 4 years, can expect to make between $22,000 ... Read More »