How to Become a Legal Process Server in Texas?

Answer A legal process server is a person who literally hands legal documents to someone who is involved in a court case. These documents could be a summons, subpoena, affidavit, or any other type of impo... Read More »

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Texas Process Server Careers?

According to the National Process Servers Association, a career as a process server can be very rewarding. A process server delivers legal documents to individuals on behalf of attorneys and other ... Read More »

How to Become a Civil Process Server in Texas?

A civil process server in Texas hand delivers notices of lawsuits, summons, orders and other court documents to people who are involved in a legal proceeding. Due process requires that people who a... Read More »

How do I find success as a legal process server?

RegistrationGo to your Country Clerk and get an application for being a registered process server. Registered process servers are recognized as professionals by courts and attorneys.Application Pro... Read More »

Is it legal for a process server to tape the summons on my door for everyone to see?

If a process server cannot locate you or a member of your family to serve a summons, it is legal for them to tape the summons to the door of your home or office. The summons must also be mailed to ... Read More »