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Private Process Server Announcements

10/17/2023 Lifetime No-Contact Injunctions Administrative Order Rescinded
12/13/2022 Rule Petition Amendments December 2022
07/14/22 ACJA Changes Announcement July 2022
11/30/21 Roll Out for Outlying County ID Cards

Maricopa and Pima counties are replacing older process server IDs with updated IDs. To replace your ID, contact your local Clerk of the Superior Court’s office.
07/01/16 Maricopa County Private Process Servers are no longer required to obtain Certification and Licensing Division staff approval of continuing education activity documentation prior to submitting it to the Maricopa County Superior Court for approval. The Certification and Licensing Division staff will no longer be signing requests for individual private process server continuing education activity approval. All required continuing education documentation is to be submitted with your renewal application directly to the Maricopa County Superior Court Process Server Program staff only.
11/27/02 Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Jones signed Administrative Order 2002-110, enacting administrative rules for the Private Process Server Program. The Arizona Code of Judicial Administration 7-204: Private Process Server, took effect on January 1, 2003. This code replaced the prior guidelines for private process servers, as originally adopted by Administrative Order 94-20.