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Levins Solicitors Knowsley solicitor: We were established in 1986 as Keith Levin & Co, initially in Huyton village. Our reputation for solid and reliable professional advice soon grew, as did the need for bigger premises. We therefore moved to our current site over 20 years ago and have remained situated on the corner of Archway Road and Rupert Road. For over 30 years now we have continued to build our reputation and to provide legal services of the highest professional standard.

At Levins Solicitors we understand your needs. We have a commitment to the people and businesses of Knowsley. We have a proven track record and, while many of our competitors have come and gone, we have stayed and have remained focused, hardworking and loyal to our clients. Little wonder, then, that we also attract clients and business from much further afield.

The firm is headed by Robin Flett, Senior Partner. There are two other partners, Dave Woods, Head of Crime and Higher Courts Advocate and Tracy Morgan, Managing Partner.
Highlights

read more › Robin was born in Kirkby and raised in Liverpool. He graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1981 and qualified as a solicitor in 1984. He joined the practice in 1987, became a partner in 1990 and Senior Partner in 2002. He has dedicated himself to the service of our clients' legal needs and has been instrumental in ensuring Levins are still the biggest provider of legal services in Knowsley - a position we have held proudly for a large number of years. While his passion is fighting for people's rights in the police station and the courts, he is nevertheless able to buy and sell your house and give you small business advice.

read more › We mainly act for employees but we have also successfully represented employers in the employment tribunal. Prevention is better than cure, so we are happy to provide advice to head off a potential problem. To succeed in an employment tribunal claim, you need a solicitor with an eye for detail and the ability to present your case in the most favourable light. As an experienced advocate, Jon knows the evidence you will need to persuade the tribunal. Jon accepts instructions from both employers and employees.

read more › Our solicitors are accredited by the Law Society in the areas of Conveyancing, Criminal Litigation and Family Law. We have a contract with the Legal Aid Agency to carry out publicly-funded work in the areas of family and criminal law. Our solicitors are members of a range of professional bodies including the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.

read more › Having burst onto the Festival scene 20 years ago at the old Liverpool airport site our local Cheshire festival has grown into one of the biggest weekends in the festival calendar. The Festival attracts over 70,000 festival goers over the weekend event from all over the coun. We were able to arrange a voluntary interview for him rather than an arrest where he was represented by Peter Haney and he was able to give. David Woods, recently represented a male charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs.

read more › Dave qualified as a solicitor in 1984, having obtained a degree in law from the University of Birmingham before completing his final exams after a year at the College of Law in Chester. He returned home to Liverpool to complete his training with a local firm. Dave has been working as a criminal lawyer in Liverpool and latterly Knowsley for 34 years. He is a higher court advocate and heads the criminal law team at Levins Solicitors having joined the firm in 2002. Dave mainly works on crown court cases but he also represents clients in the magistrates court on a regular basis.

read more › Currently, Courtney works on an ad hoc basis within the department as she is studying law as an undergraduate at LJMU. Courtney is a valuable member of the family team as she provides support to the department and also assists with the administration. Courtney also attends court to support clients when this is required.

read more › Jamie graduated from Liverpool Hope University in 2016 with a BA (Hons) In Business Management and Law. Jamie has a keen interest in all aspects of Civil Law and takes pride in delivering the highest standards of service to all clients he comes into contact with. In his spare time Jamie is a keen traveller and travels to countries across the world to pursue his passion of snowboarding.

read more › Jannine graduated from Bolton University in 2002 with a BA Hons degree in law and pyschology. She then completed the GDL through the College of Law and completed this in 2005. Jannine then completed her LPC at the College of Law, Chester and completed this course in 2008. Jannine qualified as a Solicitor in 2008. Jannine also deals with divorce and financial settlements arising from divorce or separation. Jannine is approcable and understanding and is able to guide clients through very difficult times.

read more › Louise has 22 years' experience working as a criminal practitioner. Louise qualified as a police station representative in 1999 and has attended the police station on a regular basis ever since. Louise attends courts all over the North West and deals with all aspects of criminal litigation including serious drugs cases, assaults and sexual offences. Louise is also head of our busy magistartes department. She studied at Liverpool John Moores University part time before qualifying as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives in 2005.

read more › Having worked for several firms across the North West, Peter has developed extensive and specialist knowledge of case and trial preparation in the Magistrates' and Crown Court. Peter has prepared cases ranging from domestic assaults to importation of drugs and murder. Peter prides himself on his attention to detail and his understanding of each case and each client's specific needs. As a result of this approach Peter has a number of loyal clients who trust him to prepare their case. Peter became an accredited police station representative in 2008 and has extensive knowledge of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and police procedure.

read more › The thin blue line refers to the concept of the police being the line that prevents society from descending into chaos, the blue referring to the colour of the uniform. The origin of the term came from 1854 when a red uniformed regiment in the Battle of Balaclava formed a long line to halt a ca. Having burst onto the Festival scene 20 years ago at the old Liverpool airport site our local Cheshire festival has grown into one of the biggest weekends in the festival calendar. The Festival attracts over 70,000 festival goers over the weekend event from all over the coun.

read more › This is a national charity, with various localised mobility teams that aims to help people who are blind or partially sighted to enjoy the same freedom of movement as everyone else. This organisation provides guide dogs to those in need, services for children and young people and various other services and resources. We were proud to support such a determined and vital organisation. Our goal was to raise a total of 2,000 for the charity. We are happy to share that we surpassed this figure and raised a total of 2,500 with fundraising through: Rough Runner, cake sales, dress down days and much more.

read more › Levins Motor Law understand and appreciate that the potential loss of your driving license could have devastating consequences. For over 30 years now we have continued to build our reputation and to provide legal services of the highest professional standard and this is also our approach to motoring offences. At Levins Motor Law, we don't seek to rely upon statistics with regard to our success rates or promote ourselves as a leading motor defence firm because we appreciate that each case we deal with should be judged on an individual basis and that you, the client, deserve understandable, clear advice and cost-effective representation with regard to your case.

read more › If convicted of the of the offence of Drink Driving, the Court will impose a mandatory disqualification for a minimum period of 12 months. We can request on your behalf that the Court make the offer to you to complete what is known as the Drink Driver Rehabilitation Court which, if completed in the time frame set down by the Court, will reduce your disqualification by 25%. With our vast experience in respect of these cases, we will discuss your case with you and advise you with regard to all aspects of it and will provide you with a full evaluation of your case as to any defence(s) available and provide you with advice on the realistic prospects of the same.

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