Myers Lister Price Solicitors is one of the leading commercial law firms in the North West.
Whether you need legal advice from our commercial solicitors, or require private client legal services, our experienced lawyers will help you to achieve a successful outcome.
Based in the commercial heart of Altrincham, near Manchester, we are ideally placed for ease of access serving local, national and global clients from start ups, to large corporates.
We are a dynamic, entrepreneurial team and believe that our clients gain the best solutions from us. We are passionate about our proactivity, the quality of work that we produce and believe that our services should be affordable, therefore we are always clear and up front about our fees. We also keep you updated every step of the way, so you’ll always be clear on the progress that’s being made.
As a commercial law firm we understand the business challenges that you face and how those can have an impact on your personal legal affairs.
We provide a best in class range of services and our experienced solicitors understand your issues. We do everything in our power to achieve successful results and we’re here to help you get on track and remain there.
The team here at Myers Lister Price Solicitors is happy to talk to you about any legal enquiry. Please feel free to contact us on 0845 0738 445 and you will be put through to the department best suited to your legal needs. Alternatively email us on email@example.com and one of our legal team will contact you.
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