Elevate Your Legal Process with Nationwide Process Servers and Messengers

Listed below are our featured nationwide Messenger and Process Server companies. These unique and dependable professionals are equipped to handle your process service requests anywhere in America. To get started, click on any one or all listed Messenger and Process Server companies and get information and quotes within minutes.

If you prefer to speak with local process servers, please scroll down to where you can find them listed by state, county, and city.


Sunshine Process Services

Sandra Sunshine

Messengers & Process Servers

Lords Processing

Leslie Lord

Messengers & Process Servers

ABC Process and Court Services

Bari Galloway

Messengers & Process Servers

Metro Process

Artie Scott

Messengers & Process Servers


Our directory boasts experienced Process Servers and Messengers dedicated to efficient document management and precise service of legal process upon the Secretary of State Offices.

Search for a Messenger for the Secretary of State by State below



Legal Process Serving Services to Secretary of State Offices

The Secretary of State will accept service of process provided you adhere to the applicable civil rules and statutes of the state.

In every state, the Secretary of State requires original court-issued documents. Access the specific SOS office you need by clicking on your desired state on this website. Each state's page provides direct links to the Secretary of State office and outlines the necessary requirements.

Process Servers and Messengers Featured in Our Directory

Process Servers listed here have personally visited every SOS State office across the United States, including Washington D.C., ensuring the highest level of expertise.

The Most Common Legal Documents Served to Secretary of State Offices Include:

- Court Orders

- Subpoenas

- Summons and Complaints

Key Information Required for Serving Process on a Secretary of State Office

When serving process upon a Secretary of State Office, make sure you have:

  1. A Cover Letter Specifying the Relevant Chapter and Statute Authorizing the SOS to Accept Service
  2. Direct Service of Process to the Secretary of State
  3. Documentation of Your Service Attempts, Including an Affidavit of Non-Service
  4. Legal Name of the Defendant, Whether Personal or Corporate
  5. The Last Known Address of the Defendant

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