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Arizona Process Server Training for State License

Learn to serve process and get licensed to be a process server officer of the court in Arizona.  Licensed by the Arizona Supreme Court.and taught by Discovery 


 Prepare for Licensure at Discovery

We start with 12 hours of intense directed training, practice testing, plus Discovery's 150 + page study manual to prepare you to confidently take the state test and start work as a process server.  

Learn and understand the Arizona laws and procedures of process serving before you attempt the state test or begin your career as a server.

You will understand the meaning, intent, and application of the rules and law, as well as the compliance issues that prompted each law & professional conduct.  

Additionally, you will know the basics of how to serve, when to serve, making and filling your affidavits, and alternative serves. 

  • Instructor led in-classroom and virtual training available
  • Practice test with review included
  • This class is also approved as a law refresher for PS #201 CE- continuing education credit after licensure
  • Students located outside of the valley metro area are approved for our live virtual on-line classroom.
  • Select from day or evening class dates

NOTE: PS 101 does not teach you business set up, marketing, skip locates, databases, internet sources, surveillance & stakeout, difficult serves, personal protection, hands on court filing  These are taught in our continuing education classes PS 201.

​We alternate day & evening classes for Process Server 101, so check our calendar for upcoming course dates that fit your schedule.


Requirements to get licensed as a process server

​Arizona and many other states law require a license to serve legal documents as an officer of the court.  Some states require registration with a court or local jurisdiction.

Arizona Process Servers must be at least 21 years old,  have a high school diploma or GED, pass their FBI background check, and pay for and pass the state licensing test given in the county of your residence.  Once you are licensed your license is good for three years.  You must take ten hours of continuing education each year to keep your license current and in good standing.

Do I need to take a study class?

No, but according to the Maricopa County clerk, only 20% of first time test takers pass the test.  Although we can not guarantee you will pass the test, we have one of the highest pass the test rates in Arizona. We back this up by if you do not pass the state test, you may retake our Process Server 101 course.  We continue to have a 90% + pass rate for first time test takers.

 Where do I take the test to get licensed in Arizona?

Call the following County Superior Courts to apply for a process server licensing packet and test date:

Apache County    928-337-7550
Cochise County    520-432-8570
Coconino County    928-779-6535
Gila County    928-425-3231
Graham County    928-428-3100
Greenlee County    928-865-4242
LaPaz County    928-669-6131
Maricopa County    602-506-3676
Mohave County    928-753-0713
Navajo County    928-524-4188
Pima County     520-740-3282
Pinal County    520-866-5300
Santa Cruz County   520-375-7700
Yavapai County   928-771-3312
Yuma County    928-817-4210​​​


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Arizona Supreme Court Process Server Program

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Arizona Judicial Code 

AZ Licensed Process Server List

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