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Frequently Asked Questions

Below is a list of frequently asked questions. If your question is not answered below please feel free to contact our office and speak to a customer service representative. You may also reach us toll free at (800) 778-1183, Monday- Friday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m MST.... [read more]

By James D Roland 1-25-2017

New Requirements for Coloado Process Servers

The Process Servers Association of Colorado board of directors has filed a Sunrise Application with the Department of Regulatory Agencies asking that they require process servers to pass a fingerprint-based background check and pass a juris prudence examination prior to practicing in Colorado. On October 14, 2016 DORA made... [read more]

By James D Roland 1-25-2017

PSACO Conceal Carry Course

The Process Servers Association of Colorado will be holding a Conceal Carry course at the Serve Now Offices located at 3120 Blake Street Denver, CO 80202 on November 5, 2016 from8 am to 2 pm. The course is for all process servers and private investigators that conduct business... [read more]

By James D Roland 1-25-2017

PSACO Process Server Certification Course

PSACO Process Server Certification Course

I recently Attended the Process Servers Association of Colorado's - Process Servers Certification course and was ver pleased with the information that I obtained from this 2 day course. I myself have been serving since 1994 so I have a ton of civil Laws in Memory. This course refreshed... [read more]

By James D Roland, CPS 1-25-2017

Project Documentation

What is “Project Documentation”? “Project Documentation” is a program to document service attempts at location(s), where service is blocked or denied at an individual’s workplace or residence, or a company’s place of business. The data collected, will assist PSACO’s presentation to the Colorado Legislature in 2015. Data collected... [read more]

By James D Roland 1-25-2017

Service, Process, and Electronic Filing Rules Amended by Colorado Supreme Court

On July 2, 2012, the Colorado Supreme Court released numerous updates to the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure and the Colorado Rules of County Court Civil Procedure dealing with process, service of process, and the filing of pleadings. Amendments were made to the following rules: CRCP Rule... [read more]

By James D Roland 1-25-2017

How Do I Become A Process Server

How Do I Become A Process Server?

Ready for a career change? Becoming a process server is a rewarding career if you're honest, hardworking, and reliable. So where do you begin? First, you need to understand what a legal process server does. A process server is hired by attorneys and legal... [read more]

By N.P.S.A. 1-25-2017

Son Servers 98 Year Old Mother with Eviction Notice on Her Birthday

Mary Kantorowski didn’t get a birthday gift from her son on her 98th birthday; she got an eviction notice. The great grandmother has lived in her Fairfield, Conn. home since 1953, raising two sons there with her late husband. Now, she’s fighting her eldest son, whom... [read more]

By Madeleine Morganstern 1-25-2017

Process Server Shot by Prescott Man After Serving Papers

Process Server Shot by Prescott Man After Serving Papers

Prescott police arrested a man Saturday on charges including attempted second-degree murder after a process server who posted papers at the man's home told police the man shot him in the back as he walked back to his vehicle. An officer booked... [read more]

By Lisa Irish - The Daily Courier 1-25-2017

September 11th, 2001 In Honor of the Victims and the Heroes

September 11th, 2001 In Honor of the Victims and the Heroes

For the 2,973 people who perished September 11, 2001 after hijacked planes crashedin New York City in Arlington, Virginia and in Pennsylvania. The victims were mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers of many faiths and races who came from more than 80 nations.All who were killed died working and... [read more]

By James D Roland 1-25-2017