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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 support teams from across the country, that need legal documents served to individuals. It is then the responsibility of the process server, to properly serve the documents while abiding by the originating state's laws governing the service of process.

Second, you need to understand the laws. Some states require you to be licensed, some states do not. Check out theProcess Server Lawsfor your state.

Third, you should get experience with a reputable process serving firm in your area. Very few careers will present you with so many unique situations that you must deal with as being a process server. Experience is by far the best teacher.

You can find Process Server Training material atProcess Server Instituteand atPIMall. You can also find valuable information in process server books.

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



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