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Become an Arizona Process Server

Requirements to Become a Process Server in Arizona

Arizona has statewide registration of process servers in compliance with procedures set forth by the Arizona Supreme Court.

To become a process server in the State of Arizona, a person must contact the individual must contact the Superior Court in the county in which they reside:

  • Apache County Superior Court – (928) 337-7555
  • Cochise County Superior Court – (520) 432-8570
  • Coconino County Superior Court – (928) 679-7600
  • Gila County Superior Court – (928) 425-3231
  • Graham County Superior Court – (928) 428-3100
  • Greenlee County Superior Court – (928) 865-4242
  • La Paz County Superior Court – (928) 669-6115
  • Maricopa County Superior Court – (602) 506-3204
  • Mojave County Superior Court – (928)753-0713
  • Navajo County Superior Court – (928) 524-4000
  • Pima County Superior Court – (520) 740-3201
  • Pinal County Superior Court – (520) 866-5400
  • Santa Cruz County Superior Court – (520) 375-7700
  • Yavapai County Superior Court – (928) 771-3312
  • Yuma County Superior Court – (928) 817-5100
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  • After certification, the private process server shall be entitled to serve in such capacity for any court of the state anywhere within the State.
  • A private process server or specially appointed person shall be not less than twenty-one (21) years of age and shall not be a party, an attorney, or the employee of an attorney in the action whose process is being served.
  • Applicants must pass a written certification exam and the completion of 10 hours of Continued Education is required every 12 months with a renewal required every 3 years.

Additional (and possibly more accurate) info can be found here.

NOTE: The requirements to become a process server change from time to time. You should contact your local county clerk or recorder to make sure the following information regarding becoming a process server in your state is still accurate.

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