We are pleased to announce that House Bill 1048 was signed into law by the Governor of Georgia on May 2, 2012. As we mentioned before, the Georgia Certified Process Servers Program had been blocked by all 159 county sheriffs in the State of Georgia. An ammendment to that law was placed before the Ga. [...]
In my last blog dated in 2010, HB 545 was passed into law. For the first time in Georgia history, process servers now had a way to be trained and certified. In negotiating with the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association to gain their support for the bill, GAPPS had to include a first right of refusal for [...]
On Thursday, April 29th, the Georgia Senate passed House Bill 545 with a vote of 46-0. Effective July 1, 2010, process servers who have attained their certification by taking 12 hours of courses and passing a test and who pass a criminal background check will be able to serve throughout the State of Georgia. They [...]
House Bill 545 is coming up before the Georgia State Senate shortly. It is critical that it be passed. Current Georgia law for the administration of process servers is haphazard and does not promote fairness in the legal system. House Bill 545 would provide for certified process servers that can serve in any county in [...]
We would like to thank all of our clients who have adapted to our online order entry format. We believe we have cut down on the margin for error because we have your orders in writing and most of you are attaching copies of the documents we are serving which make our [...]
As the largest provider of legal support services in the metro Atlanta area, I am proud to unveil “On Q,” a new service that will offer clients instant notification and online updates when they serve someone.
Through a password protected website, clients can see the status of their service of process online. The court copy of [...]
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Matt Marks of MLQ, Joyce Norman of MLQ, Dion Hastal of Greenberg Traurig LLP and Maureen Boykin of MLQ
Katherine Vincent and Kathy Davis of AT&T Southeast and Joyce Norman and MAtt Marks of MLQ
As the largest provider of legal [...]
I attended the National Association of Professional Process Servers in my capacity as President of the Ga. Association at its annual convention held this year at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas from April 29th- May 2nd. The conference proved to be good for Georgia as I made a speech to the conference regarding the [...]
The Georgia Association of Professional Process Servers (GAPPS) is proud to announce that Matt Marks has been elected President of the organization for the 2009 term.
“With this new position, I am looking forward to keeping the process serving system at the forefront in Georgia,” says Matt Marks, Vice President of MLQ Attorney Services. “Our goal [...]