If you have been looking for a way to get involved with the justice system and playing an important role in the legal process, you may have considered becoming a process server. Process serving is an incredibly important part of the legal process and is responsible for moving legal cases forward.  If there is a problem with process service a case could be delayed or dismissed, which would be a major problem. And, being a process server offers you the job flexibility because you can decide which cases you want to take and when you want to work.  The legal requirements for becoming a process server vary from state to state so it is important to look into the specific requirements where you live.

If you want to become a process server in Arizona, you must complete a training or certification program.  Your training will cover covers the laws, procedures, ethics rules and guidelines for Arizona licensed process servers.  The duration of the training program will depend on the one you choose and varies from program to program. After completing training, to be a process server you must take and pass an exam in the county where you will register, and submit your fingerprints. Once you are a certified private process server in Arizona, you are authorized to serve process for any court of the state anywhere within Arizona.  Then, all you need to do is get to work as a process server either by starting your own business or joining a process service company.