Included below is a link to an analysis prepared by past president Tamaroff that was provided to the attendees at the annual conference. It explains why certified process servers may serve without appointment by the court or permission of the sheriff those papers filed in one county but which are being served in another county. There are other attorneys who agree with this analysis, and attendees at the conference plan to seek permission from clients to serve such documents as certified process servers. Also included is a notice that can be adapted for your company and which can be included with your invoices to clients. Should you have any questions, please e-mail them directly to past president Tamaroff at [email protected]net.
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Posted by Jayne Rauser, Vice President
New GAPPS Board
This past Saturday, we had over 60 process servers attend our first ever conference!
We had vendors, outstanding speakers, distinguished guests, and held our annual meeting culminating in the election of our new board of directors.
The day ended with an exciting cocktail party.
Please check out your new board of directors in the “about us” section of our website..
Posted by Jayne Rauser
The date for the next 12 hr class for process server pre-certification is Sat. March 23rd – Sun. March 24th. Registration will close on 3/21/13 or sooner if we reach capacity.
This class is just a few weeks from the next Certification test (4/16/13) being given by the AOC (in dowtown Atlanta) and the material should be very fresh for those of you that choose to take the next test. Additional information about AOC state testing is here: http://process-server.gaaoc.us/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=14&Itemid=14
The class will again be held at Maloof Building in Decatur, GA.
Sign up now – see the education page for registration form
The other 2 remaining class dates being offered in 2013 are:
July 13 – July 14 – to be held in Macon, GA
October 26- October 27 – Metro Atlanta area
As a reminder, this class is NOT a “how to become a process server” but more of an advanced class. It is designed for those that have been serving process as we review of all of the applicable rules, laws and practical aspects that have to be adhered to in order to become a Certified Process Server in Georgia.
Vice-President and Training Coordinator