Welcome to Levins Solicitors

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. Read More

Meet the Team


Robin graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1981 and qualified as a solicitor in 1984.

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Robin Flett

Senior Partner


Dave qualified as a solicitor in 1984, having obtained a degree in law from the University of Birmingham.

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David Woods



Why Choose Levins

“At Levins we pride ourselves on the personal touch. When you need legal assistance, there is no substitute for sitting down face-to-face with your solicitor. With offices in the centre of Huyton, we are the only firm in the local area to offer this facility for the full range of legal services. And with no city centre overheads to pay, we offer all the expertise of a big firm without the expense. Read on to discover more about our range of services.”


  • Conveyancing Quality Scheme We are proud to be part of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). CQS accreditation provides a recognised quality standard for conveyancing, establishes our credibility as a trusted advisor and gives our clients the comfort they need to be assured that their transaction will be handled to the highest professional standards. In order to maintain our ...
  • Changes to Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) Fee Changes to Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) Fee On 1 April 2017, the fee to register a lasting or enduring power of attorney with the Office of the Public Guardian was reduced from £110 to £82 in England and Wales. Therefore the fee to register LPA’s for both Property & Financial affairs and Health & Welfare ...


  • Solicitor representation for my child failing to attend at school As a parent you are legally responsible for ensuring that your children receive a suitable education. Should your child fail to regularly attend the school at which he/she is registered then the council may take legal action against you and you may be prosecuted for your child failing to attend school. Failure to ensure a child’s ...
  • Domestic Violence Victims Many people believe that domestic abuse is only physical violence, where you have bruises or scars to show that you are a victim. However, domestic abuse takes many forms including not only physical but also emotional and financial abuse. There are numerous options available to you and these can be discussed with you, to ensure that ...

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