Process Server Resources

Pay

When does pay process?

Our system processes payment when we receive proofs, or when we file proofs, depending on the state. What that means is that the faster you sign and return a proof, the faster you will get paid.

How do I set up direct deposit? How do I change my bank account information?

Save the image at the bottom of this page, print, fill out, and submit a scan to serverpay@abclegal.com

When do process servers get paid?

If you are on direct deposit:

Our accounting team processes pay every Tuesday and Friday, to include pay for all proofs received as of the previous day. A remittance document will be sent to you listing each job that you will be paid for and the amount. Pay is posted to your financial institution, and the funds become available when the financial institution finishes processing.

If you receive paper checks:

Checks are cut on the 1st and 15th of each month or, if that day is a weekend or holiday, on the first business day following. Checks include all proofs received as of the previous business day.They are mailed to the address accounting has on file for the process server. Checks will include a remittance breaking down where the pay on the check is coming from, and typically take 3-5 days to arrive.

Concurrent Service

If documents for more than one defendant are delivered to the same address at the same time, pay is slightly altered. You will receive full pay for the first service, and each additional will be paid out at 50%. For instance:

I had documents to serve on Jane Fonda and John Fonda at 633 Yesler Way, Seattle, WA. I spoke with a woman who identified herself as Jane Fonda, and verbally confirmed that John Fonda was a current co-resident of hers. I gave both sets of documents to Jane Fonda and entered the services separately in ABC Mobile. My typical rate is $16 per resolution, so I should expect to be paid $16 for serving Jane and $8 for serving John for a total of $24.

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