During the COVID-19 lockdown, domestic abuse is on the rise. We can assist you to help the victims of domestic abuse.

As we are all aware, this is a difficult and worrying time for everyone. The vast majority of us fully understand and comply with the stay-at-home measures introduced by the Government to combat the spread of COVID-19.

This household isolation instruction has highlighted many heart-warming stories of people coping well during these challenging times.

A H Jones Investigators/Process Servers remains open and fully operational and this will continue to be our position.

This situation serves to remind us that whilst Process Serving is perceived as a minor cog in the justice system, we nevertheless provide this vital component to ensure the judicial process continues to function effectively.

We are still operating from our office. Obviously, this situation is being reviewed daily and may change in the future. We can, if necessary, decamp from this base and work from home, without causing any major disruption to the efficient handling of your instructions.

Two schoolfriends who lost touch for over 50 years have been reunited thanks to our investigations team.

John and Terry first met in 1941 at school in the Wirral, Merseyside, when they were five years old. They became close friends and spent all their time together, well into their teenage years, sharing an interest in speedway, motorbikes - and girls!

By 1961, John and Terry were both married and saw increasingly less of each other, eventually losing contact when John moved away and Terry joined the army. For many years, John wondered what had happened to his old friend and tried many times to locate him by visiting where they grew up, but without success.