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About

Our Vision is:
“To be the most trusted provider of legal services for business people in the north west”

MLP Law is based in Altrincham, providing a full range of services to private and commercial clients. We have the time to listen, understand and deliver innovative solutions to our clients needs.

Our team consists of highly skilled ex-city centre partners and solicitors in the centre of commercial Altrincham. We take a hands-on approach to client matters, we understand that for some clients it is daunting to see a solicitor and so put our clients at ease to make them feel at home here.

We Value:
“Dynamism, Straight Talking, Business Instinct”

Our lawyers have direct dial numbers, we answer our calls and with a state of the art case management system, this enables anyone in the firm to give clients factual information about their case ensuring we are always there for our clients.

We understand that clients want to pay for real progress, with this in mind we manage expectation to ensure clients pay for progress and not work in progress. We are skilled at providing realistic cost estimates. We write in clear English so that our clients understand and know what we expect in terms of instruction & communication.

Our partners have a strong commercial acumen and understand the needs of owner managers, we are owner managers ourselves with similar issues, along with understanding the needs of Entrepreneurs who do not want the legal process to get in the way. Committed to Lexcel, we seek out and achieve accreditation in many of the areas we practice.

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