How to Become a Process Server in Ohio

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Ohio doesn’t license or regulate process servers. Any individual, 18 years of age or older who is not a party to the case, may become a process server in Ohio.

Private process servers are active in the state, and a quick Google search will turn up the latest rates.

If you want to start your own process server business, you’ll face little hassle, other than a local small business license.

Build a website, order some business cards, and you’ll be ready to find your first client.

For more information about becoming a process server in Ohio, check the rules of civil procedure on the Ohio Judicial System website.

About the Author: Richard Young started a successful process server business from his home office and has blogged about the industry since 2012. His latest book, Process Server 101: How to Become a Process Server, is available now on Amazon.