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Superior Court of Fulton County
Process Server Application

*Effective October 2019, all approved process servers will be required to have completed the 5 hour Continuing Education course if applicable.*

Process Server Image WHAT IS A PROCESS SERVER?

Process servers are hired by law offices, accountants, doctors, and individuals to give legal notice to a person of a court request of the served party to respond to a proceeding before that court. These court documents are known as process and are typically delivered, or served, by a legal process server to ensure safe and timely delivery.



Court Approved Process Servers

Listing of Process Servers Approved for 2018



What is required to become a Superior Court of Fulton County-approved Process Server

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Complete a Fulton County Superior Court Process Server Application
  • Possess a valid Driver's License
  • Completion of the Georgia Process Servers 12-Hour Pre-Certification Training
  • Passed the Georgia Certified Process Server State Examination
  • Submittal of a named-based criminal background check run within 2 weeks of application that shows you have not committed any serious criminal offenses
  • Must be endorsed by a member of the State Bar of Georgia in good standing, to have good character, honesty, and integrity
  • Applications will be accepted from November 6, 2018 to December 14, 2018

Please click the following link for more information about the Georgia Process Servers 12-Hour Pre-Certification Training and Georgia Certified Process Server State Examination: http://ps.georgiacourts.gov/



Process Server Application Forms

Please click on the links below for required application forms.

Permanent Process Server Application Checklist

Permanent Process Server Application

State Bar of Georgia Endorsement Form

Process Server Code of Conduct Form



Application Due Date

Process Server applications must be received no later than December 14, 2018. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Applications may either be submitted by certified mail or hand delivered to:

Fulton County Superior Court
Superior Court Administration
Attn: Veronica Gadson
136 Pryor Street, S.W.
Suite C-640
Atlanta, GA 30303




Notification Process

Once the Process Server Application is reviewed and a decision regarding appointment has been made, a letter will be forwarded to the petitioner's attention confirming his or her status as a Process Server via email. A copy of the official appointment will be attached for review.


Process Server Appointment Term

If approved, your Process Server Appointment will remain effective for a one-year period beginning January 2, 2019. All process Server Appointments will be posted on the Fulton Superior Court website.


For More Information

If you have any questions about the Process Server application process, please do not hesitate to contact Veronica Gadson at (404) 612-5549.

Code of Conduct and Complaint Process







Office of the Court Administrator
Superior Court of Fulton County
136 Pryor Street, S.W.
Suite C-640
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Office Number: 404-612-4518
Fax Number: 404-730-5368