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 … read more →

How to Be an Awful Process Server

Writing about process serving can get a bit tiresome. It’s a lot of legalese and boring answers to simple questions. So I decided it would be fun to do a reversal, and write about how to be an awful process server. Maybe you’ll dig it. How to … read more →

Personality Traits of a Good Process Server

While I’m not an expert on personality types, I’d like to point out a few of the traits a good process server possesses: Independence Any good process server, whether they’re an introvert or extrovert, creative thinker or steady taskmaster, is fiercely independent. Let’s face it, this line … read more →

How to Become a Successful Process Server

There’s a big difference between just calling yourself a process server and making a profit. Let’s take a closer look at how to be a successful process server: First, you’re never going to make any money if you’re wasting your time on gear, toys, and gadgets. A … read more →

Process Server License: How to Get One

New servers tend to freak out about getting a process server license. But for most of us, a license isn’t even required. Take my home state, Colorado, for example: Any individual over the age of 18 can work as a process server. It’s as simple as printing … read more →

How to Become a Process Server in Washington State

While a license isn’t required to become a process server in Washington state, you’ll need to register with the county auditor. Process server registration is $10 a year and there are no educational or testing requirements. Once registration is complete, you can move on to starting your … read more →

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