Qualifications – Arizona Process Server Rules and Laws

Lawful service of process in Arizona can only be made by a sheriff, a sheriff’s deputy or a private process server registered with the clerk of the court. To qualify as a private process server you must be at least 21 years old and have been a resident of Arizona for the year immediately preceding your application. You cannot serve process in a case in which you’re a party, an attorney or an employee of an attorney involved. Registration as a private process server in one county allows you to serve process anywhere in the state.

Process servers like Direct Access Legal Services (DALS) in Mesa, Arizona is one of the largest legal support service providers in the State of Arizona that can professionally take care of all duties. We also serve Glendale, Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Maricopa, Metropolitan Phoenix Area. You can call 480.464.8484 for any questions or details.