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The more you deliver, the more you earn. We provide you with a dense service area so you can reduce drive time and increase your hourly earnings.
Get paid every week, the same week you complete the work. Itemized pay tracking right in your phone that you can access any time you like.
In some states you must register to become a licensed or certified private process server. If you are already licensed to serve process in your area, we want to work with you right away! Sign up below to get started serving for ABC Legal.
If you aren't licensed or aren't sure if you need a license, check the resources listed or search online for instructions on how to register to become licensed in your state or county.
Instructions for becoming a licensed process server in Arizona: https://www.azcourts.gov/cld/Private-Process-Server
Register with your local county clerk or registrar. Search online for your county, or visit one of the links below:
Depending on the county, special process servers are appointed by either the Sheriff or the Chief Judge of each Judicial District. Contact the Sheriff or District Court clerk in your county for instructions on how to apply for an appointment.
Generally, individuals who hold a private detective license are authorized to serve process. In Cook County, the court appoints individuals or agencies as special process servers.
A license is required to serve process in St. Louis and applicants must attend a training course by the Sheriff offered once per year. Information on the training course and how to apply can be found here: https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/sheriff/process-server.cfm
Process serving requires a license, issued by the Nevada Private Investigator's Licensing Board:
Process servers working within the 5 boroughs of New York City are required to obtain a special license from the Department of Consumer Affairs. More information can be found at this link:
This link explains the requirements for becoming a process server in NC: http://www.ncleg.net/EnactedLegislation/SessionLaws/PDF/1995-1996/SL1995-441.pdf
Process servers must be licensed and bonded. Contact your local county clerk's office for an application.
Here is a link to some information to help you understand more of the process: http://www.txcourts.gov/jbcc/process-server-certification/initial-certification/
Process servers must register with the county auditor and pay a small fee.