PROCESS SERVER LAWS ARKANSAS

By: Undisputed Legal/Process Service Department

An Arkansas Supreme Court Order governs the regulation of private process servers in Arkansas. The Order requires appointment of private process servers by the administrative judge of a judicial district or any judge of a circuit court designated by the administrative judge. Ar. Sup. Ct. Admin. Order 20. The Order also sets out minimum qualifications, see Order 20(b), including: 

(1) be not less than eighteen years old and a citizen of the United States;
(2) have a high school diploma or equivalent;
(3) not have been convicted of a crime punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or a crime involving dishonesty or false statement, regardless of the punishment;