How to Become a Process Server in Wisconsin

Wisconsin doesn’t license or regulate process servers, and any adult resident may become a process server in Wisconsin. If you want to start your own process server business, it’s as simple as meeting local requirements, printing up some business cards, and designing a professional website. Find more … read more →

How to Become a Process Server in Oregon

A license or professional registration is not required to become a process server in Oregon. Any individual, age eighteen or older, who is not a party to the case, may serve civil process. There’s no government-imposed barrier of entry if you want to work as a process … read more →

What Does It Take to Become a Process Server?

There’s a lot of bullshit on the Internet about what it takes to be a process server, so let’s take a few minutes to clear the air. I’m not a big guy. In fact, I’m pretty slender. I don’t have a black belt and I certainly don’t … read more →

How to Become a Process Server in Michigan

Michigan doesn’t require a license or registration to become a process server. Any “legally competent” adult may serve civil process. That’s great news if you live in Michigan and want to start your own process server business. Let’s take a closer look: Rule 2.103 Process; Who may … read more →

Why I Decided to Become a Process Server

I had no contacts. No experience. And I was going to school full-time. In fact, school was my biggest reason to become a process server; I needed a source of income with a flexible schedule. But even more than that, I just don’t like being tied to … read more →

This Is How It Starts (Again)

Process Server 101 has led many lives. First there was the old website, going all the way back to 2006, then the boot-camp training program. My hope this time around is to present straightforward, practical advice. I’m certainly not a legal expert, but I know a lot … read more →

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