How to Become a California Process Server?

Answer Process servers deliver legal documents to individuals involved in a court proceeding. The server must not be a party to the case and deliver the documents in person or by another legal method allo... Read More »

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How do I become a registered California process server?

"A process server is hired by attorneys and other legal professionals, that require legal documents served to individuals," according to the National Process Servers Association. These documents be... Read More »

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 »

How to Become a Process Server in Oregon?

In Oregon, there are no formal requirements by the state for becoming a process server. The only regulations that have been instituted by statute are that a process server must be at least 18 years... Read More »

How to Become a Washington Process Server?

A process server is someone who serves summons, divorce papers, proposed parenting plans and various other legal documents that must be hand delivered to the required party. Process servers act as... Read More »