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


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.”


  • Liverpool Law Society Annual Dinner 2018           The 191st Annual Liverpool Law Society Dinner was held on 1 November 2018 at Cunard House in Cunard building. The President, Nina Ferris welcomed members and their guests, hosted presidents and chair people of professional associations.  Dave Woods, Tracy Morgan and Eileen Chisnell were pleased to attend on behalf of Levins Solicitors. The Dinner held annually, provides ...
  • Autism Friendly Solicitors   At Levins Solicitors we are proud to be Autism Friendly. One of our partners, has personal experience of a close family member with a diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC).  Her aim is to ensure that as many places as possible are autism friendly.  Minor changes can reduce the stress levels of someone with ASC.  For ...


  • Allegation – Speeding R v Mr V – North Tyneside Magistrates’ Court Client had been caught driving at 83 mph in a 40 mph speed limit. Client resided in Cheshire but had been visiting the area for work purposes. Court was persuaded to impose 6 penalty points in respect of the matter as opposed to a discretionary 7 – ...
  • Allegation – Drink Driving R v Miss D – Stockport Magistrates’ Court Client had been charged with drink driving but had provided firm instructions with regard to the breath test procedure in that the officer had not provided her with the Statutory Warning as required. A Not Guilty plea was entered, and the issue was identified to the Court and ...

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