How to Become a Process Server in Illinois

There are very specific rules regarding how to become a process server in Illinois and who can serve civil process. To further complicate things, Cook County (Chicago) imposes additional guidelines. How to Become a Process Server in Illinois A sheriff, their deputies, or in counties with a population of less than 2,000,000, civilian personnel employed by the sheriff as process servers. …

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Process Servers Are Really the Good Guys

There’s a nasty stereotype that persists about people hiding from process servers. Imagine some poor soul huddled in their bedroom closet while the process server pounds on their front door—or the process server showing up in disguise at the most inopportune moment, delivering the bad news with gusto and flair upon our unsuspecting victim. This is bogus. Process servers are the …

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Process Serving Is a Micro Business

There’s been a lot of talk in the last few years about minimalism and micro-business. It makes sense. In turbulent economic times, minimalism is a tool that can be used to reduce expenses and keep your head above water. And starting a micro-business—one that requires very little up-front expense or overhead—is an attractive alternative to sinking $100,000 into opening yet another …

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How to Become a Process Server in Florida

If you want to become a process server in Florida, it means you will have to navigate some government regulation. There’s an exam administered by the sheriff in your county, and you’ll have to pass a thorough background check. The upside is that once you complete the requirements, you’ll receive appointment by the sheriff as a special process server. Florida special …

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