Wyatt Earp Process Service
Welcome to Wyatt Earp Process Services.com
Your one stop service station for all of your Process Service needs. Our Mission is: To Revolutionize the education of servers of process through an on-line medium. Our website includes areas of reference on “Process Service”, “Process Server Training”, “Process Server Surety Bonds”, Links to “NAPPS”, “FAPPS”, Florida Statues Chapter 48, Map Quest, Google Earth, and a host of aids that Certified and Sherriff Appointed Process Servers have use for.
Looking for a new career?
Are you looking for a new Adventurous career? Considering becoming a Certified or Sheriff Appointed Process Server. Your earnings capacity can range from $500.00 to $1,000.00 weekly. The more experience you have at serving process, the greater your earning capacity will increase. Veteran Certified or Sheriff Appointed Process Servers earn between $1,500.00 to $2,000.00 weekly, depending on their client base, personal drive an ambition. In order to capitalize on these salary producing opportunities, you must first obtain a license as a Certified or Sheriff Appointed Process Server. This license is obtain through testing by either the Sheriff’s office or the Courts Administrator of the Judicial Circuit that you apply in. This test examines your understanding and knowledge of, the laws and rules that govern Service of Process. Passing this is test is the prerequisite to being able to capitalize on these salary producing opportunities. Our book, class and private examinations will insure you a qualifying score on any Process Server examination in Florida.
Service of Process
Process Service Training
Recent Changes to the Laws and rules covering Service of Process.
Recent changes to the Laws concerning Service of Process
House Bill No. 59 summary: Service of Process:Authorizes sheriff to charge fee for processing writ of execution, authorizes person to provide sheriff with electronic copy of service of process; derects process...
The 2010 Florida statutes (including Special session A)
CHAPTER 48 PROCESS AND SERVICE OF PROCESS 48.011 Process; how directed. 48.021 Process; by whom served. 48.031 service of process generally; service of witness subpoenas. 48.041 Service on minor. 48.042 service on...