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Become a Process Server

In the United States, the rules to become a process server vary from state to state. In many states all that is required is that you are over 18 years of age and you are not a party to the case. Other states require that you are licensed or registered with your state or county.

If you are a new process server or want to become one, read your statewide rules below and our new process server guide to get started!

Please keep in mind that these rules may change from time to time. Therefore, your best place to start when looking for information on becoming a process server is to contact your local county clerk or courthouse.

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Process Server Resources

The following resources were developed specifically for process servers to make your jobs easier and help you improve the way you do business.