Process Server Kingston Upon Thames

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we provide process serving services to law firms

Bond Rees are a professional private investigator agency with the coverage, expertise, experience, and human resources to provide professional and competent process serving of any legal document, papers, or court document in any area of the United Kingdom, on time, and in accordance with proper civil procedure.

We offer proficient process serving to any law firm, local authority, government agency, housing association, landlord, financial provider, embassy, business, or private individual, and we are also able to act in the role of UK agent for individuals or organisations outside of the country as per Hague Convention recommendations.

As an established and proficient professional private detective company we also offer a wide range of other private investigation and corporate investigation services for any private individual or corporate client including examples such as person or debtor tracing, covert surveillance, background checks, and many more.

If you or your business require a reliable and professional process server, contact Bond Rees today.

How to hire a process server in Kingston Upon Thames

You can contact us on any of the below options if you would like to know more about Bond Rees’s process server Kingston Upon Hull or nationwide service, or require an experienced process server today:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 773 4931

Or you can just fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.

Why choose Bond Rees to act as your process server in Kingston Upon Thames?

Bond Rees are a nationwide process service provider, offering proficient and evidenced delivery of any court document, legal document, or papers across the United Kingdom including in the south west London town of Kingston Upon Thames, a location of note as an ancient market town in which Saxon kings were crowned.

We have local branches distributed throughout the United Kingdom that provide us with a significant advantage over our competitors in terms of meeting the needs of our customers in response to urgent or short notice process serving requests.

Our Kingston Upon Thames and Greater London process servers are tenacious and experienced and have the knowledge, attributes, and skills to serve legal documents with care and regard for the responsibility this entails, and to persist with service even when faced with difficult or evasive defendants or recipients.

We are committed to providing our clients with a service that is second to none and can accommodate any detail or individual request into our process serving instruction as part of our personal service.

Bond Rees are a responsible and legitimate company and ensure absolute confidentiality, discretion, and data protection for every client and case and we have full professional indemnity insurance in place.

If you would like to hire a professional process server in Kingston Upon Thames or anywhere in the UK, you can WhatsApp, text, phone, or email Bond Rees using the details below and an advisor will call you straight back:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 773 4931

Documents we serve

Bond Rees can serve any legal document on any day, at any time, and throughout the UK.

Examples of papers we serve every day for our clients include examples such as:

  • Non-molestation order / prohibited steps order / restraining order (injunctions)
  • Section 21 Notices and Break Notices
  • Claim forms, summons and writs
  • Court order
  • Debt order
  • Statutory demands
  • Bankruptcy petition
  • Family and children court proceedings
  • Witness summons
  • Occupation order
  • Divorce papers

Our Process

Once instruction is received and we have all the information we require to commence with process serving, Bond Rees will undertake 3 visits to the home or primary serving location to undertake service in person and in accordance with correct policy and taking care to obtain verification of personal identity and adequate and relevant proof of service.

If service is not found to be possible at the initial address or, we will attempt service at other locations such as a place of work, partner, or family member address, or any other known frequented premises of the defendant of recipient.

Our process servers are tenacious and committed to meeting the requirements of our process server clients and, where necessary, will utilise legitimate tactics to facilitate engagement with the defendant to promote service and we can also provide person or debtor tracing if the target ais deemed to have relocated.

After completion of successful service we will inform our client and provide all required documentation and relevant proof to verify this such as a statement of service and photographic proof.

In the uncommon circumstances that we are unable to achieve service we will support our client with all they require from us to facilitate application for third-party or substituted service or any other required next steps.

Process Server FAQs

What areas do Bond Rees offer process serving in?

Bond Rees cover entirety of the United Kingdom with local offices situated throughout including in Kingston Upon Thames and can provide process serving anywhere in the UK that our client requires and even at minimal or urgent notice.

How quickly can you serve my court document?

Bond Rees operate throughout the whole of UK on a 24/7 basis and have a substantial team of professional investigators at every local branch; we can serve any legal document as soon as needed and on an urgent basis if necessary.

What happens if the defendant or target address changes?

If the defendant appears to have relocated without providing information around this, Bond Rees can provide person or debtor tracing services to determine their whereabouts.

If the defendant has provided a new address or location at which they can be served, just let Bond Rees know this information as soon as you become aware, and we will be able to move service location without issue.

Can someone hide from a process server?

There is no legal obligation on the defendant to present for service and it is not uncommon for recipients to try to evade or hide from a process server to avoid being served.

Our process servers are experienced and skilled in countering this behaviour and will persist with service even when faced with obstructive or evasive defendants, and there will be no long term benefit for the individual concerned in acting in this way and proceedings will not terminate.

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