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How to Apply for a Process Server in Oklahoma License

How to be a process server in OKC

Applying for a new Oklahoma process server license in Oklahoma County does not have to be difficult nor confusing.  The correct procedure to obtain a process server in OKC license is quite easy to do.  A process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from a private investigation agency in Oklahoma does not have to have any formal training, nor do/does she/he/they have to wait very long to begin serving court papers. In this article, Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers demonstrates how those who are new to the process server in Edmond, OK field can quickly and easily become a process server OKC at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma.

It is first important to properly examine what the requirements are for becoming a process server in Edmond, Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Edmond, OK.  A process server Oklahoma City at our private investigation agency in OKC, OK must be at least 18 years old, has be of “sound moral character,” must be a resident of the county she/he/they is/are applying in for at least the previous six (6) months, and may not have any felonies or pending criminal charges on her/his/their record.

Most people can qualify for  a job as a licensed process server in OKC, OK at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma City easily. However, anyone who has ever performed all the duties of a process server in OKC at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma for any length of time knows that working as a process server in Edmond, OK at our private investigation agency in OKC, OK is a pretty tough job!

Before beginning, an applicant to become a process server in Oklahoma City at our private investigation agency in OKC should get two passport photos taken at a place like FedEx Office, Walgreens, or CVS.  The applicant as a process server in OKC with a private investigation agency in OKC, OK will need to take those photos with her/him/them to the fourth floor of the Oklahoma County Court Clerk’s office, which is located at 320 Robert S. Kerr in Oklahoma City, OK.  A process server in Edmond, OK at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma may apply for a license as a process server in OKC, OK at any court clerk’s office in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Process Server Application

The initial statewide process server license in Oklahoma is valid for one (1) year, and an Oklahoma City process server at a private investigation agency in OKC, OK may renew the process server in Oklahoma license thereafter.  When  it comes time for the process server OKC at a private detective agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to renew the process server in Oklahoma City, OK license, it will then be valid for a full three (3) years.

Once the process server OKC at a private investigation agency in Edmond, OK has decided which county the process server in OKC at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma wants to apply through, then the process server in Oklahoma City, OK at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, OK just needs to fill out the application and pay the fee.  The Oklahoma County Court Clerk will then make the process server Oklahoma City at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma City go to the payment counter and pay the appropriate fee.  Then the process server Oklahoma City, OK at a private detective agency in Edmond, OK will need to bring her back a copy of the receipt.  Thereafter, there are just three (3) quick and easy steps remaining!

The Oklahoma process server will then need to post a notice of her/his/their intention to obtain an Oklahoma process server license.  Thus, the applicant for the process server in Oklahoma City license can then choose an official legal paper like The Journal Record, etc., to publish the notice and can pay the $25 or so fee.

This notice of a process server in OKC at a private investigation agency in El Reno, OK’s intention to obtain a process server in Del City, Oklahoma’s license stems from a relatively new law.  This law makes “giving adequate notice” to the public about a person’s intention to become a process server in OKC from a private investigation agency in Oklahoma a requirement, and it has extended the processing time for licenses from about ten (10) to fourteen (14) days to where it now takes a full month. ☹

Once a process server in Yukon, Oklahoma at a private detective agency in Tulsa, OK has published her/his/their notice in a proper publication, then the process server OKC will need to go get a $5,000 surety bond from Sherman-Humes Insurance Agency or another insurance company.  This $5,000 bond currently costs Oklahoma process servers about $50 for one (1) year.

A bond for a process server in OKC at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma City basically protects the state from up to $5,000 in monetary liability from a process server in Oklahoma at a private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma’s wrongful, negligent actions that someone might sue the state for.  The bond does not, however, protect any individual process sever in Oklahoma City at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma City from getting sued.

It is imperative that each process server OKC who works for a private investigation agency in OKC, OK brings every required document back in to the Oklahoma County Court Clerk prior to the scheduled court date.  The court date is the official day that the judge signs off on the process server in OKC who works at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma’s process server in Oklahoma licenses. The process server OKC must  properly complete all the paperwork beforehand.

Once the judge approves the Oklahoma process server license, then the process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the private investigation agency in OKC may begin legally serving court papers.  A process server in Oklahoma from a reputable private investigation agency in OKC usually does not ever have to attend the court dates, unless she/he/they receive prior notification that an individual has filed a complaint against her/his/their license. The application process for obtaining a process server in Oklahoma City license is only slightly more complicated than it used to be; it is not overly difficult though.

The biggest thing that new Oklahoma City, OK process servers need to keep in mind is that merely having a process server in Oklahoma City, OK license and getting placed on the process server in OKC, OK list at the courthouse does not guarantee a process server in Edmond, Oklahoma at a private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma any work.  Many a process server in OKC at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma City get(s) her/his/their process server in Oklahoma license, thinking that the clients will magically flock to them.  However, when this turns out not to be the case, most process servers in Oklahoma at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma who have no plan for business success will have spent a great deal of money and will often reap very little, if any, monetary rewards.  Running a process server in OKC, OK business with a private investigation agency in Oklahoma City is a totally different topic though, and it is much better slated for a different article.

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