Nationwide Process Services
States Service of Process Laws
Serving process across state lines can be tricky. Some states recognize the Uniform Interstate Deposition and Discovery Act, which makes the process easy. Others do not, and more steps must be taken before a subpoena or other legal document can be served upon its recipient. An experienced nationwide process server can be hard to find.
At Torri’s Legal Services, we have years of experience serving process in every state. However, even though we’ve done it before, we never assume we immediately know the laws of another state. Instead, when we receive a request to serve process in another state, we double-check the laws to see if there have been any updates or changes since we last served process there.
Process Server Laws in Your State
In an effort to help you understand the laws in your state, click on the flags below to see the latest service of process and licensing laws.
Disclaimer: Due to constantly changing laws, the information on this page may not reflect the most recent changes to state laws. The information contained here is meant to be used as general information. This is not intended to be any form of legal advice. Torri’s Legal Services is not liable for any direct, indirect or consequential damages resulting from your reliance on this information.