We speak your language

by | Apr 8, 2024 | Blog Posts


At Levi Solicitors LLP, understanding your needs and queries is paramount. We are proud that we can offer staff who can speak many different languages. So, if you’re not comfortable speaking in English, we may be able to offer you a solicitor who can speak to you in your first language.

It’s not just the western European languages we can help you with. Our staff speak a range of languages from French and Spanish to Serbian; Urdu to Cantonese.


Chinese-speaking solicitors

Alan Tai, one of our partners, and the head of our residential conveyancing department, speaks Cantonese and works closely with the Chinese community in Leeds and West Yorkshire. Astra Chan and Nicole Wong, both senior conveyancing assistants, also speaks Cantonese.

One of our Team Lancaster clients recently reviewed our service on ReviewSolicitors and said:

“Andrew replied to my questions and provided legal advice promptly. His teammate Nicole is also very helpful, I can easily communicate with her by using Cantonese.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu-speaking solicitors

Moving into the southern Asian languages, we have a number of people who can help. For example, Afsha Ayub, a conveyancing partner, and Zoreen Aziz, a dispute resolution solicitor, speak Punjabi and Urdu. Navjit Degun, a commercial property solicitor in Leeds speaks Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.


Eastern European languages

Moving west into Eastern Europe, we have many bases covered! Our immigration partner, Vladimir Mikeljevic, can speak to you in one of four different languages: Serbo-Croatian, Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian.

So whatever your preferred language, we are sure to have someone who can help you. All our multilingual staff would be happy to help, regardless of your enquiry. Call us today for a FREE no obligation chat on 0800 988 7756 or contact us on our enquiry form and we’ll call you back.


Updated: 5 April 2024

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