The newly expanded edition of the bestselling Process Server's Handbook from the bestselling author of "Getting Started in Judgment Enforcement". Based on the employee training program of a process service firm, this book is designed to get you started in the business of process service. It provides a comprehensive overview of the civil process system and explains, in plain language, the details of doing the job. Included are explanations of common forms such as the Subpoena, Summons and Return with actual examples. The author provides a realistic representation of the industry and offers legitimate tips for establishing and maintaining your business or employment. Improvements to this edition include: Improved presentation, layout and edit. Clearer explanations of legal terms and principals. Additional Notes, Warnings and Tips to avoid "Rookie Mistakes". An expanded legal glossary. Expanded Rules of Civil Procedure regarding service of process; including Rules 4, 4.1, 5 and 45. The Complete text of the Hague Service Convention. Explanation of Registered Agents and how to locate them. New technical developments in the industry. Detective skills such as skip-trace and surveillance. Note: The publisher now offers a competency certification exam based on the content of this edition. Visit KeystoneProcedural.com About the Author: Kenneth Brennan is the founder of Keystone Procedural Services.