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 32 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
- Oliver King Anniversary Dinner We attended a fantastic evening at the 6th anniversary charity dinner at Goodison Park in memory of Oliver King. Throughout the year we have raised funds to support this brilliant cause. We are pleased to say that at the dinner we handed over a cheque for £3000 to Mark King, Olivers dad. We would like to thank ...
- New staff member Civil / Employment Law Department We would like to welcome Louise Roberts to our expanding Civil/ Employment Law Department. Louise has joined us as a Paralegal. Louise has a special interest in Trade Union work having previously been a branch secretary for Unite the Union.
- Do I have to agree to my children being removed from my care? Do I have to agree to my children being removed from my care? A section 20 agreement is governed by the Children Act 1989 and is a tool that most Local Authority’s will use. A section 20 agreement is a voluntary agreement signed by those with parental responsibility (usually both the mother and father of the ...
- Pre-proceeding + PLO Solicitors Pre-proceeding + PLO Solicitors Pre-Proceedings is a mechanism used by Social Services (Local Authority) to assist families who may be struggling to provide adequate care for their children. Social Services, where possible, will use Pre-Proceedings as a way to assist families by setting up a rigid plan of support and expectations from both parents and the ...