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Process Server

Process Server

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Service of process is required before a legal proceeding can get underway. Process servers are trained to find individuals and ensure that they are given notice of a legal action that is being taken against them.

Category:Gig Economy


The average process server salary in the United States is $58,241 per year.

To start a process server business, experience in the legal field and understanding of the process and paperwork associated with serving legal documents is recommended. Process servers must also be able to deal with difficult people and sometimes hostile situations. In some jurisdictions, process servers may need to be licensed or bonded.

⚠️Potential Risk
There is a potential risk of making money with Process Server. This is because you may be required to serve papers for people who are in difficult situations, such as serving papers for a divorce or an eviction. You may also be required to deal with people who are angry or violent.

📋Places to Start
1. Serve-Now — a process server company that helps people make money by serving papers for legal cases.

2. Ziprecruiter — a job board that helps companies post jobs and find qualified candidates. Process servers can use ZipRecruiter to find job openings in their area and apply for them.

3. Indeed — a search engine for jobs that includes process server jobs. You can use Indeed to search for process server jobs in your area and apply for them online.

4. Process Server Finder — a website that allows you to find process servers in your area. You can then contact them and ask them to serve papers for you. Th is can be a great way to make money, as you can charge a fee for your services.

5. Process Server Database — a subscription-based website that allows users to search for and contact process servers in their area. Users can also post their own process server job listings on the site.

6. Process Server Tracker. — a software that helps process servers keep track of their cases and payments, and also allows them to accept payments online. Th is makes it easier for process servers to stay organized and get paid for their services.

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