Next week, Maxwell Hodge, one of Liverpool’s longest established independent solicitors, will be launching its ninth office in Merseyside, creating three new jobs. Over the past 150 years, the firm has extended its network across Merseyside and Wirral, successfully offering local families and businesses friendly, accessible legal advice.
On Monday 2nd November, Maxwell Hodge will open the doors to its new home on Allerton Road in Woolton Village, on the site of the former Fletchers Tea Rooms.
From first homes to lasting legacies, the new Woolton office will have solicitors specialising in Wills, Probate and Conveyancing but will also offer the firm’s full range of services for individuals and commercial clients.
The new office will be headed up by Denise Scoular, Company Director, who says: “Woolton is a warm, welcoming community and we are really excited to be able to join the neighbourhood. We have been dedicated to providing the very best legal advice locally, and our high street network of offices deliver exactly that.
“We can’t wait to open our doors next week and welcome Woolton residents to our new home.
The firm has a heritage spanning over 150 years and became Maxwell Entwistle & Byrne in 1940 founded by Sir Maxwell Entwistle. He was instrumental in assisting business development in Liverpool and, as leader of the City Council, he played a leading role in the approval of the development plan for the city centre following the blitz. The firm went on to merge and acquire legal firms throughout the city, becoming Maxwell Hodge in 2005.
Maxwell Hodge has traditional values but is a modern forward thinking firm that prides itself on excellent client service.
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