About Our Team

Experienced, knowledgeable and friendly solicitors

Ryan Melvin

Solicitor – Litigation & Company Law
0151 – 236 – 5599

Ryan Melvin is specialist in Company and Commercial Law.

Alan Middleton

Senior Partner – Sports Law, Company Law, Contracts & Negotiation
0151 – 236 -5599

Alan is the Senior Partner of the firm and is an experienced solicitor who has an enviable reputation as top class negotiator both locally and nationally. He acts for many well known individuals and major companies. He has also sat on the Boards of many Companies. He is a football associated intermediary.

Jack Hayward

Partner – Military and EC Public Procurement
0151 – 236 – 5599

Jack is a partner in the firm and he is an experienced solicitor. He has acted for many large companies and firms of solicitors. He was previously a legal Director for Central Trains.

Kevin Adderley

Personal Injury Specialist
0151 – 242 – 0959

Kevin heads a team in the Department and is often always the first port of call for new clients.

Jerry Bown

Solicitor – Residential & Commerical Property, Wills & Probate
0151 – 242 – 0941

Jerry brings a wealth of experience to the Firm. A solicitor who has seen it all, Jerry now specialises in Property.

Michael Middleton LLB

Sports Law, Residential & Commercial Property, Wills & Probate, Sports Law
0151 – 236 – 5599

Michael specialises in Conveyance, Wills. Probate & Sports Law. Michael is also responsible for Business Development at the Firm

Charlotte Flanders

0151 – 236 – 5599

As well as bringing support to various departments in the Firm, Charlotte handles many of her own matters ranging from Commercial Matters to Wills to Residential Conveyance

Neil Smith

Housing Disrepair, Tenancy Deposit Claims, PPI
0151 – 236 – 5599

An avid Newcastle United supporter, Neil heads our Departments for Housing Disrepair and Payment Protection Insurance Recovery

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