We provide all of our clients with cost effective, industry leading legal advice. From personal disputes to mergers and acquisitions, our team of experts are on hand to help you with a range of legal issues. No matter how big or small the requirement, our lawyers are always available to guide you through the legal process. The team at Black Norman Solicitors brings with it in depth knowledge and a wealth of experience of dealing with a range of complex legal matters.
Black Norman Solicitors was founded in 1976 by Leslie Black and Howard Norman who had already both practised in Crosby for some years. It is now headed by Howard Norman, Shoab Panwar and Richard Entwistle. The practice believes strongly in the principles of client care, upon which its reputation has been built. Therefore we value meeting and getting to know you. For that reason we like dealing in person with you, although we do have clients throughout the UK and indeed internationally.Find out more Contact us
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We would like to assure you that despite these challenging times, our priority is maintaining business operations as usual whilst ensuring the safety of the people who work at this firm. 🖱️ https://t.co/sR5m6LjXUi #crosby #crosbynet #seftonhour https://t.co/pyEV2Bz66s
The Directors would like to congratulate Renee who started her 18 month training contract in February 2021. We hope you thoroughly enjoy this exciting opportunity!...Read more
Divorces are becoming more common these days and it can be quite a difficult experience. Let our team help guide you through the process and ensure that it can go as smoothly as it possibly can. 🖱️ https://t.co/sR5m6LjXUi #crosby #crosbynet #seftonhour https://t.co/EstsRjeXNK
The Litigation Series Melissa Bennett, Trainee Solicitor at Black Norman Solicitors, considers the new procedure adopted by the County Court to manage the backlog of possession claims that were stayed during the first 6 months of the pandemic and provides guidance as to the steps which Claimants must now t...Read more