LP Evans is a fresh, modern and dynamic law firm providing services to both individual and business clients.
We act for clients across a wide range of legal issues, including contractual disputes, general litigation, family matters and criminal and quasi-criminal investigations and prosecutions, including money laundering and cash seizures.
Whether you are an individual or a business, we will look after your interests and ensure that you are properly advised and represented.
Our team of lawyers strike the right balance between professional expertise and personal service.
Our lawyers represent clients all over the UK, from the South West to the North East. In addition to our clients in London, we have recently accepted instructions in Bristol, Wolverhampton, Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle. We are always willing to travel to meet and advise clients when the client cannot come to our London offices. We have office facilities available around the country so that we can provide the same service to clients wherever they are based.
We also have excellent links with other professionals. We work closely with a team of carefully selected Barristers who are available to travel outside London to provide our clients with first class advice and representation in court.
Click on the News tab at the top of the page to read about our recent cases and some of the results we have achieved for our clients.
LP Evans are pleased to announce the opening of our new office at Vicarage Chambers, 9 Park Square East, Leeds. Set in a listed building in the heart of the legal district, the office cements or growing reputation in the …
The cases of a father and son accused of being part of an international drug importation ring collapsed at Cardiff Crown Court after the prosecution offered no evidence against the defendants who, it had been alleged, were involved in the …
Further charges alleging, amongst other things, possession of explosives under the Explosive Substances Act have now been laid against a serving soldier represented by Yaqub Hussain and Bill Evans. The new charges arise in part from material obtained from computer …