Process Servers' Associations

Service of process is the procedure employed to give legal notice to a person (defendant etc.) of a court or administrative body's exercise of its jurisdiction over that person so as to enable that person to respond to the proceeding before the court, body or other tribunal. Usually, notice is furnished by delivering a set of court documents to the person to be served.

Process Servers Associations

  • Arizona Process Servers Association (APSA)

    The Arizona Process Servers Association (APSA), is a non-profit corporation that represents the interests of professional process servers in the state of Arizona. Arizona is a chartered state by the National Association of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS). APSA is committed to excellence and professionalism. Process servers in Arizona are appointed by the courts, after the completion of a test and a background check. APSA maintains one of the best training programs and professional certifications for process servers in the entire United States. This certification program is called the Arizona Certified Process Server (ACPS), program, and is recognized by our court system. We welcome both in-state and out-of-state members who would like to be listed on our web site and in our directory.

  • California Association of Photocopiers & Process Servers

    In 2008, the California Association of Photocopiers and Process Servers changed its name to the California Association of Legal Support Professionals (CALSPro). CALSPro is an association comprised of over 350 company and individual members who provide professional legal support services to the legal community. These services include process serving, photocopying, court filing, subpoena preparation, court record searches, skip tracing and private investigations.

  • Florida Association of Professional Process Servers, FAPPS

    The members of the Florida Association of Professional Process Servers are process servers dedicated to upholding the highest standards of professionalism within our industry.

  • Georgia Assocation of Professional Process Servers

    Is dedicated to promoting a high level of professional and ethical standards for the Process Serving industry in Georgia.

  • International Process Servers Association

    United States and International Process Servers Association. Since 2000 IPSA has been serving the legal community as a resource to locate process server throughout the world.

  • Michigan Court Officer, Deputy Sheriff & Process Servers Association

    On May 9, 1979, the Court Officers, Deputy Sheriffs, and Process Servers Association of Michigan was officially born. The creation of CODSA was conceived by a small group of process servers who shared common interests regarding the future success of this profession.

  • National Association of Professional Process Servers - NAPPS

    A Worldwide Organization Founded on the Principles of Professionalism and High Ethical Standards. Our database of Process Servers is a collection of the most outstanding individuals in the industry.

  • New Jersey Professional Process Servers Association

    The New Jersey Professional Process Servers Association, a NAPPS State Chartered Association invites individuals involved in the Process Serving and Legal Support Services Businesses to join our growing membership.

  • New York State Professional Process Servers Association

    Is the only process serving organization located in New York State. We are dedicated to providing the legal community and laypersons with quality process servers who are both knowledgeable and professional. On this web site you will have access to a database of New York State members and associate members throughout the United States and the world.

  • Oregon Association of Process Servers (OAPS)

    Our database of Oregon Process Servers is a collection of the most outstanding individuals in the industry and is used as a reference guide by numerous law firms and individuals seeking to have legal documents served.

  • Process Servers - is an organization of local, pre-screened process servers in the United States and Canada. Their goal is to provide you with the best and most efficient local solution when it comes to hiring a process server to serve your legal papers. All the servers have been through an application process and must meet requirements before joining in an effort to provide you with the best possible service. ServeNow also offers toll free phone support by calling 877-737-8366 if can't find the help on the web site or if you are having an issue with any of the listed companies.

  • Process Servers Association of Colorado - PSACO

    PSACO was created to unite process servers across Colorado and to provide a voice for our industry. Our purpose: Provide a vehicle for communication to process servers throughout Colorado; Work to better our relationship with local law enforcement; Educate process servers about their personal safety and how to properly effect service; Work to build and establish relationships with other like associations in Colorado which serve the Judicial system; Share knowledge and information to better our industry.


    Established in 2001 and formerly Associated with the International Process Servers Association, became a separate organization of local process servers in 2008. Easy search functionality gives you the ability to search by city, state or zip code for local process servers.

  • Tennessee Association of Professional Process Servers

    The Tennessee Association of Professional Process Servers provides you with Professional Process Servers throughout the state of Tennessee and the contacts for nationwide process serving along with legal document delivery and retrieval to all 95 Counties in the state.

  • Texas Process Servers Association

    The purpose of the Texas Process Servers Association is Training, Education, Legislation, furthering the Professionalism of the Process Service Industry, Networking with other Members, and Fellowship among the Members and the Legal Community.

  • Washington State Process Server Association

    In 1984 Seattle process server Bob Hoyden, armed with legal documents to serve on a defendant who was consciously avoiding service, effected service but in doing so passed by several No Trespassing signs. Although the defendant filed a complaint with the local police and prosecutor, they declined charges.

Process Servers Directories