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NAPPS Conference

I just returned from the 35th Annual NAPPS conference in New Orleans. Great weather food and attendance. The speakers were well versed on the subjects that were addressed. Eric Vennes spoke on application process for NAPPS FSC Designation and Michael Kern spoke on Marketing your business and the use of Social Media. Chris Eagan with the Sheriffs Office as a Process Server, spoke on safety in the field and personal awareness.

I had the opportunity to address the conference for NCAPPS with an announcement to join our association as an associate for half price till end of year. Talked about sharing work and information with each association.

Looking forward to seeing NCAPPS members and non-members at our statewide meetings through out June and July – location and dates to be announced soon.

Thank you for your support of Industry.

Have a Great Carolina Day

Ruth Reynolds

President of NCAPPS

 

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NCAPPS attends the NCPA conference in Wrightsville Beach, NC

President Kimberly Hamilton, Vice President Jennifer McCracken and Past President Ruth Reynolds recently attended the North Carolina Paralegal Association conference as a vendor in Wrightsville Beach on March 17th to 19th.   This was a wonderful opportunity for NCAPPS to promote our state association to so many paralegals across the state.

I had the pleasure to speak on the subjects of Service of Process as well as Human Trafficking in NC.  Informing the paralegals about our association, sharing information about our website and how to find a server in NC through our search feature and explaining the benefits of using a private process server are all a great way to promote our members and their services.   The information was well received and NCAPPS will  continue to work with the NCPA and advertise in their Forum magazine throughout the remaining of the year.

One of the ways in which NCAPPS interacted with the paralegals was to “serve” individuals at the conference.  Certain lucky recipients received gift cards in lieu of actual court documents and  were actually called out and “served”.  Attendees were eager to be served and waited anxiously to hear their names .  It was a very entertaining and informative way for the paralegals to understand more about our profession.  The re-elected NCPA President also had her turn being served and the conference was a huge success for everyone.

 

~Kimberly Hamilton, President

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GAPPS Annual Conference March 7th, 2015

GAPPS will be hosting their annual conference on March 7th, 2015. Past -President, Ruth Reynolds will be attending.

March 7, 2015
9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Dave & Busters
5900 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Ste 441
Lawrenceville, GA 30043

For more info, please contact GAPPS.

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Petition to make assault on a Process Server a felony

Help Make Assault on a Process Server a Felony need 590 more signiatures

http://www.change.org/p/to-make-an-assault-on-a-process-server-a-felony-in-every-state

Join over 1,000 signatures in petitioning to make assault on a process server a felony in every state.

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Renewal Memberships 2014-2015

It is that time of year again!  Renewals for membership for 2014 to 2015 are due on October 18th, 2014.

Please use the following link to pay online or to print out a form to mail in with your renewal. If you have any changes that need made to your listing, please email the changes to Kimberly Hamilton at [email protected]

The annual conference is in Charlotte on October 18th, 2014 and you can bring your renewals with if you are attending.  Thank you so much for your continued support in NCAPPS!

Click here to renew your 2014 to 2015 membership.

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From the Oregon Association of Process Servers, Rule ORCP 7F 1

If you ever serve papers out of Washington County, Oregon, Rule ORCP 7F 1 is being enforced.

Return of Summons.  Any proof of service document reflecting service of a summons filed ABSENT the ORIGINAL SUMMONS will be returned via mail directly to the Attorney of Record.

Washington County is the first county in Oregon to enforce this, but others may follow.

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