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Who can be a process server in Arkansas?
Any adult appointed pursuant to Administrative Order No. 20. One has to be over the age of eighteen (18) years old, that has a high school diploma or equivalent, that has not have been convicted of a crime punishable by imprisonment for more than one (1) year or a crime involving dishonesty or false statement, regardless of the punishment, that holds a valid driver’s license from one of the United States, and demonstrates familiarity with the various documents to be served may serve the papers. Continue reading