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Learn More About Process Server Bonds
Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, New York, Oklahoma, and Tennessee require process servers to file surety bonds as part of their professional licensing process. No matter which state you work in, you’ve come to the right place. SuretyBonds.com provides fast, easy and accurate bonding services to all process server applicants.
These license and permit bonds ensure principals (process servers) comply with all relevant rules and regulations. If the principal fails to conduct business according to these terms, the bond protects harmed parties from financial loss up to the full amount of the bond.
Some states, like Arkansas, California, and Florida require a separate bond form to be issued and filed for each county that a process server works in.
How much will my process server bond cost?
Most process server bonds currently offered by SuretyBonds.com can be issued instantly for a flat rate to all clients in any state without any underwriting. Each state sets its own process server bond amount, so your exact cost will vary depending on the state requiring the bond. Premiums are calculated at just 1% of the bond amount and start at just $50 to $100 annually, depending on the state.
The $100,000 New York Process Serving Agency Bond does requiring application underwriting to determine the surety bond cost. SuretyBonds.com works with more than 25 exclusive markets to be sure our clients always have access the industry's lowest available rates.
How do I purchase a process server bond?
- Step 1: Once you know the exact bond you need, you can purchase it 24/7 on our website. Or, call 1 (800) 308-4358 between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. CST Monday through Friday to speak with a surety expert.
- Step 2: Get your free quote.
- Step 3: Pay for your bond. We offer quick, easy, and convenient online payment options 24/7.
How fast can I get my bond?
Whether you're in California, Florida, or somewhere in between, you can expect a same-day document issuance once you've submitted payment for your surety bond. You'll receive a digital document set via e-mail once it's been issued.
Some states require physical process server bond document sets with wet, original signatures and raised seals, in which case we'll ship a package to you according to your delivery preferences. We always offer overnight shipping to expedite physical document delivery.