Leading Divorce, Family,
Landlord & Tenant,
Wills & Probate Solicitors in Essex
How can we help?
At Kayson Solicitors, our motto is “trust in us to move you forward”. We value the trust you place in us to help you move forward in life, creating a strong and lasting relationship with our clients.
We are proud to say that we have a track record of our clients returning to us again and again for help with various legal matters, and even referring their family, friends and colleagues.
We consider ourselves to be a modern and dynamic firm of solicitors located in one of the most beautiful historic estates within 10 acres of land and only one mile from the M25. There is also plenty of free parking so there is never a struggle to park when you come to visit us.
If you are looking for help with legal matters, please do not hesitate to call us on 0203 935 6479
We offer a FREE 30-MINUTE CONSULTATION in relation to Divorce, Financial, Child Contact, Domestic Violence including Non-Molestation and Occupation Orders, Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements, Dispute Resolution/Litigation, Property Disputes, Breach of Contract, Debt Claims/Recovery, Commercial Disputes and Landlord and Tenant Disputes.
As a by-product of Covid-19, we offer completely remote services whereby we can take your instructions entirely by e-mail, telephone, and video call appointments (via Microsoft Teams or Zoom). Therefore, we take instructions from clients all over the country and not only our surrounding areas including Waltham Abbey, Harlow, Epping, Loughton, Woodford, Buckhurst Hill, Chigwell, Enfield, Hertfordshire and London.
When you are not sure what to do or how the legal process works, let us help you understand the options open to you.
We’re committed to helping you find the most effective solution, and we’ll be right here to hold your hand throughout the entire process.
We can represent you in a wide variety of cases from the information gathering stage, through the whole process.
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