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Process Service for Montgomery County

Mt. Sterling, Kentucky

  • Montgomery County Courthouse
  • 1 Court Street
  • Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 40353

Services Available

Montgomery County was established in 1796 from land given by Clark County and became the 22nd county in Kentucky in order of formation. Montgomery County was named in honor of Richard Montgomery who was an Brigadier Genral in the American Revolutionary War and was killed in 1775 while attempting to capture Quebec City in Canada. However, in an alternative, there is a  story told that the county was named for Thomas Montgomery from Virginia, who served in the Revolutionary War who settled in Mt. Sterling. At a total area of 199 sqaure miles, it is home 28,203 residents.


Map of Kentucky highlighting Montgomery County

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  • Step One
  • The first step to start a service with Kentucky Process Service begins with a Request Quote. By completing this form, Kentucky Process Service will initiate your service request.
  • Request A Quote
  • Step Two
  • Once we receive your Service Request, we will be contacting you directly to complete the process. We will contact you with prices for services requested.
  • We have an employee available after hours by phone or email.
  • Step Three
  • The last step is to make your payment. You have the option of paying with credit card, paper check, or money order.
  • Credit Card Payment