Process Server Certification

In addition to the information contained within the pages for this program, please read the Judicial Branch Certification Commission (JBCC) Rules to be sure you have complete information.

The Process Server Certification program improves the standards for persons authorized to serve process statewide. For the new Supreme Court approved Process Server Code of Ethics, please click here.

Important Notices

NEW certification expiration dates for Process Servers

Effective January 1, 2018, your certification as a process server will become a 2-year certification instead of the 3-year certification you currently hold. When you renew your license after that date, you will notice the fees are different. Your next renewal be 2 years later. All new registrations issued after that date will likewise be on a 2-year renewal cycle. Continuing education requirements may change. Updated information will be posted as soon as it is available.


List of Certified Process Servers

Process Servers may begin serving process once they receive their certification card, or once their name appears on either of the lists below. The List of Certified Process Servers is updated monthly. The List of New and Recently Renewed Process Servers is updated weekly; however, it is not updated in the same week as the monthly list. 

NOTE: You are certified or renewed when your name appears on one of the lists below, or you receive your certification card in the mail.

List of Certified Process Servers
List of New and Recently Renewed Process Servers

 Disciplinary Actions Log

Updated: 08/11/2017