Process Server in Bethany, OK FAQs



Process Server in Bethany, OK FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers

Have you ever found yourself in a particularly sticky legal situation and needed help? Did you ever find that you needed the services of a process server at a private investigation agency in Bethany, but simply did not know where to turn to find one? Well, Dr. Makayla Saramosing and Vivien Keefe, two highly skilled, highly trained legal professionals and the owners of Oklahoma’s largest private investigation agency, have teamed up together to find, train, and hire the best process servers and private investigators to work at their private detective agency in Bethany, Oklahoma.

For the benefit of those in need of information and/or the legal services of a process server, Dr. Tinsley Makayla Saramosing and Vivien Keefe have put together the following list of process server in Bethany FAQ, which contain questions to answer our process serving clients commonly ask and need answers to, as they look for them at a private investigation agency in Bethany, OK:

He is an individual at a private detective agency whom the State of Oklahoma licenses to serve court documents and other legal papers to businesses, governmental organizations, and individual defendants/respondents.

A licensed process server is an individual whom the State of Oklahoma has licensed to serve court documents upon others in court cases. He must first complete the Oklahoma process server license application and its accompanying requirements.

Private investigators, on the other hand, are individuals whom the State of Oklahoma vis-à-vis the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (C.L.E.E.T) licenses to investigate both civil and criminal matters. They can investigate a wide array of civil and criminal matters, and clients pay them on an hourly basis plus mileage and expenses, whereas process serving clients compensate process servers on a per job basis.

The State of Oklahoma, vis-à-vis the judges at the local county court clerks’ offices, licenses and approves all Oklahoma process servers.

Stop being vindictive and just take the papers he served upon you. Do not avoid service or gripe and complain about them. They have a hard enough job as it is. Thanks. 😉

An individual whom the State of Oklahoma has licensed to work as one may lawfully serve court papers anywhere in the state. Oklahoma no longer issues these licenses that are only valid in a particular county.

Our experts receive work orders and processes serving clients worldwide. Almost all our processes serving clients fall into one of the following four (4) categories:

  • Individual Clients
  • Law Firms/Attorneys
  • Businesses
  • Governmental Agencies (i.e., DHS, DOJ, U.S. Military. Etc.)

They will happily serve papers anywhere in the entire United States of America. If you need assistance with process serving, please contact our experts process serving company for help with all your nationwide process serving needs. 😊

They serve pretty much every type of court paper and legal document out there. The most common types of legal documents they serve are as follows:

Are you needing one to serve one of the above court documents for you? If so, please just ask Dr. Makayla Saramosing or Vivien Keefe, the owners of our private investigation agency in Bethany, for assistance! 😊

Most of them serve court documents from about six o’clock (6:00) in the morning up until about ten o’clock (10:00) at night. The State of Oklahoma permits our process servers to serve legal documents at any time of the day or night.

Yes, defendants/respondents are more than welcome to express their First Amendment right to freedom of expression and tell them that they refuse to accept the court documents that they have just delivered to them. However, he also has the First Amendment right to her/his/their freedom expression to reply, “Yeah, that’s nice. You are still served anyway lol.” 

Defendants/respondents are always welcome to try to hide from them. However, this rarely does the defendant/respondent any good, because they will almost always end up finding and serving the defendant/respondent. Then the plaintiff/petitioner will just tack on the fees she/he/they had to pay for their work onto the final judgment amount against the defendant/respondent.

To become one, there are several prequalification questions an applicant must ask herself/himself/themselves. These questions are as follows:

  • Am I at least eighteen years old?
  • Am I a United States Citizen or otherwise qualified to legally work in the United States of America?
  • Is my criminal record free of any felony convictions/pending charges or serious misdemeanor convictions/pending charges?
  • Am I a resident of the State of Oklahoma?

If a person wishing to become a process server can answer all the questions above in the affirmative, then she/he/they may start the application process to become one using the following steps:

  • An applicant to become one must first complete a process server application. This should be the very first step that an up-and-coming process server must complete, because this step starts the clock for the issuance of a license with an initial review date set for a judge to either approve or deny it.
  • Next, an individual must obtain two (2) passport-sized photographs to go on her/his/their license itself. Anyone looking to become a process server may obtain these photographs at CVS, Walgreens, or FedEx Office.
  • An applicant will also need to secure a five thousand ($5,000) process server bond from a great insurance company such as Sherman-Hume.
  • Anyone who wishes to become one will also need to publish notice of her/his/their process server license application with a legal journal/paper like The Journal Record.

Anyone seeking to become one will need to complete steps 2-4 as quickly as possible. She/he/they will need to ensure to return all the needed items to the court clerk prior to her/his/their court date, set whereby a judge will review the application to either approve or deny the applicant’s license.

Sadly, no, the State of Oklahoma does not require special training for applicants to become a professional. However, some owners of private investigation agencies  like ours do train them, while some schools offer courses to help beginners obtain more skills.

A skilled, motivated one at a reputable private detective agency can make a decent amount of money. The faster our officials get defendants/respondents served, the more serves the owners, Makayla Saramosing and Vivien Keefe, provide them.

On some serves, he will only need to make one (1) attempt to serve the individual/company/governmental agency/nonprofit organization. On others, he might have to make up to four (4) attempts on service and may not even get successful service upon the defendant/respondent. However, the owners of our company ensure that all their experts receive full compensation after a maximum of four (4) attempts on service to one respondent/defendant at one address.

Also, many of our company’s process servers simultaneously work as private investigators, mobile notaries, nationwide skip tracers, bodyguards, polygraph examiners, etc. There are lots of opportunities for them to earn supplemental income by working across the legal field spectrum.

Most Bethany process servers thoroughly enjoy serving court documents to others. This is because there truly never is a dull moment in this field. The hours are flexible, and they may work as many or as few jobs as they wish. The owners of ourform, Dr. Makayla Saramosing and Vivien Keefe, ensure that all their experts feel valued, supported, and receive compensation they consider very fair and equitable. 😊

That being said, each one has very thankless and often dangerous jobs that include violent assaults and even murders. Yes, the clients they serve tend to be thankful for the hard work, but the defendants/respondents seldom appreciate receiving the legal documents from them. Nevertheless, each one plays an invaluable role in the legal process.

Yes, they have very dangerous occupations. The defendants/respondents receiving the paperwork from them rarely want the items, and some go so far as to violently assault and murder process servers at private detective agencies and sheriffs’ deputies in Oklahoma City and elsewhere. ☹Of course, fortunately most of the time he goes off without a hitch, and no one has ever killed any of the process servers.

The owners of our company, Dr. Tinsley Makayla Saramosing and Vivien Keefe, look for the following qualities when hiring them to work at their private detective agency in Mustang, OK:

  • Honest
  • Hardworking
  • Dedicated
  • Persistent
  • Loyal
  • Timely
  • Excellent Communicator
  • Self-Motivated
  • Driven

Think you have what it takes to find employment as one with the largest women-owned private detective agency? Contact Dr. Makayla Saramosing and Vivien Keefe today to discuss your opportunities. You may also fill out a Mustang, Oklahoma process server application online.


Our  company’s owners, Vivien Keefe and Dr. Makayla Saramosing, are very willing to train and support private investigators and process servers who are very dedicated, are willing to learn, and who have enormous potential. Everyone at our firm are alike, work together as a team to achieve one common goal. 😊 Indeed, all the agents may contact the owners at almost any time of the day or night on their cell phones, if they need urgent assistance.

Yes, from time to time we do offer internship opportunities for individuals seeking to become process servers. For more information, please contact one of the supervisory staff.

Yes, our agency is always seeking amazing process servers who are willing to work hard and who wish to earn lots of money. You may check out the job opportunities here, and the applications for process servers in Mustang are here. You may also complete an application to become a private detective in Mustang, OK at our private detective agency here.

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