Serving Papers

Arkansas' Top Rated Local® Process Server

In Arkansas, people who qualify as process servers have been appointed by the court in the district in which process service is going to be made. People who want to become process servers must submit an application and an affidavit to the court and must be appointed by the administrative judge or by a judge of a circuit court designated by the administrative judge.

Arkansas process servers must demonstrate familiarity with the papers to be served. They must also be prepared to show identification, a certified copy of the order of appointment, and a valid Arkansas driver’s license. When requested during service of process, the Arkansas process server must show this identification.

We Specialize in All Your Process Service Needs

McKinney Process Service works with attorneys, retailers, collections agencies and other companies to serve papers to defendants in legal actions – either individuals, groups of people, or other businesses.

The job of a Process Server is usually a pretty simple business, but it helps to work with an experienced process server who pays attention to details.

No other process server in Arkansas offers faster turnaround times, more methodical delivery, more responsive service, and easier status updates on every process served.

If you need process service within the state of Arkansas or nationwide, or for more information, please contact McKinney Process Service today.

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