How to Become a Process Server in Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania doesn’t license or regulate private process servers, and you won’t have to jump through too many hoops to become a process server in Pennsylvania.

In addition to the sheriff, original process may be also be served by a competent adult in the following actions: equity, partition, prevent waste, and declaratory judgment when declaratory relief is the only relief sought.

That means you can start your own process server business without waiting for a license.

How Do You Become a Process Server in Pennsylvania?

Head over to the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania website and familiarize yourself with the rules of civil procedure.

Print up some business cards.

Pass out marketing letters to law firms, and if you’re really committed, make a website to promote your professional services.

Free Legal Forms for Pennsylvania Process Servers

Download free legal forms from the Pennsylvania Courts.

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.