Private Investigation

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*We do not offer legal aid.

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*We do not offer legal aid.

Private Investigators

Kayson Solicitors offers a professional service to clients across a wide range of specialised fields. Through our highly skilled and experienced personnel, consisting of former Security Services operatives, HMRC Investigators & New Scotland Yard detectives, we provide a level of investigative expertise which is unrivalled.
Jerry Hanoverheads-up this department and he is a Security and Intelligence professional and former Police Officer, with over 30 years’ experience in crisis and risk management from both an operational and business development perspective and holds a MA in Security & Intelligence.


Services We Offer


Whether it is unfaithful partners or asset tracing in divorce matters, we can investigate, obtain and document the facts with irrefutable video/photographic evidence. Our surveillance operatives are second to none, having in the past gained great experience and expertise in the tracking and gathering of evidence. We are fully aware and conversant with current legislation within The Regulation of Investigatory Power Act 2000 (RIPA), the Human Rights Act 1998 and the Protection from Harassment Act 1997 and as such, will always remain within the scope of the law without compromising our clients or the quality of our work.



We are aware of the need to ascertain correct and current addresses when dealing in matrimonial matters, usually relating to ex-partners and locating absent parents for child benefit purposes. As with all of our work, our traces are conducted in the strictest of confidence. We only forward results to you, so that the subject never needs to know that we have been instructed. We are so confident in our ability to positively trace an individual, whether in the UK or abroad, that we offer a NO find NO fee policy. You only pay once we have provided you with the positive information.


Asset Tracing

Asset Tracing/Recovery is the process of identifying property or valuables which clients seek to recover by way of legal process or negotiated settlement. Having tracked down and frozen the items of value in question, negotiated settlement may become an option not previously considered. In matrimonial matters, often assets are not disclosed so identifying these unknown assets is often critical in any assessment. Using our contacts, we are able to establish tangible evidence in most jurisdictions; assets traced can include real estate, stocks and shares, intellectual property rights and unknown bank accounts.


Covert Camera Installation (Nanny Watch)

We utilise covert camera installation for our clients in order to collect evidence of abuse, intrusion, theft and anti-social behaviour or to monitor and prevent such incidents. Our professional team work all across the United Kingdom and are well-trained in facilitating customised covert camera installation along with recommendations on the ideal equipment placement locations to maximize effectiveness. This is often used in cases in which indivudals want to ensure the safety of their child whilst under the care of another. In addition to this, we also install audio systems to allow you to hear live conversations of your selected persons of interest and you could also record them for future reference.


Process Serving

Process serving is when legal documents that give notice of specific court actions are delivered to defendants or respondents. Process serving formally brings court orders, such as debt claims, judgments, enforcement and eviction notices, to the attention of the respondent. It also allows the respondent a certain amount of time from the date of service in order to respond to the notice. Our team of professional, reliable and effeicent process servers will serve any legal document that requires personal service and proof of service to be binding anywhere in the UK within 24-48 hours of instruction. These include statutory demands for unpaid debts, witness summons, possession notices and orders, divorce and bankruptcy petitions, non-molestation orders and orders issued under the Children’s Act.