I would highly recommend Dominic Levent Solicitors. The service, support and depth of knowledge was in far in excess of anything I expected or could have hoped to receive from any practice. Their approach is warm and personal, whilst being firm and authoritative in the areas you would hope and expect. Magnificent.
I met with a few lawyers before appointing Dominic to represent me. I choice him because he is firm but fair, he is a rare mix of a sympathetic ears with personal advise as well as someone who will fight your corner hard when needed.
I rarely write a review of any kind but after the exceptional and personable service that Dominic has provided me over the years, and the wonderful staff as a whole, I feel compelled to share my experience. Dominic clearly has a huge wealth of knowledge and passion within his field and even throughout the most testing and distressing times of my life, he has been there at every turn, advising me with an approach that installs confidence. I feel sure that I am in safe hands and it is clear that he has a genuine care for his clients.
Nothing is too much trouble and he takes his time to explain things thoroughly and with sensitivity. Dominic’s advice has been invaluable to me and I cannot thank him enough for his fantastic service over the years to date. I honestly couldn’t recommend Dominic Levent Solicitors highly enough.
Exceptionally helpful, with superb service. Dominic has been the perfect person to help me with a difficult process, his knowledge is second to none and from the moment we spoke on the telephone he has been easy to speak to, informative and reliable. Highly Recommended!
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