Pricing

Brevis’ aims to offer our clients transparency in our service. Here you can find our pricing models for our services. We hope this gives our clients, and the public, confidence in what you may be expected to pay if you decide to let us work for you.

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The solicitors working for you

Asad Rana

Asad is a Solicitor with over 10 years of legal experience in litigation matters. He was admitted as a solicitor in August 2005. He completed his LLB Honours degree at Queen Mary, University of London and completed the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in London.

Asad has represented employers and employees in all aspects of Employment Law including representation at the Employment Tribunal as well the drafting of employment law contracts, service agreements and settlement agreements.

Asad also acts for individuals, charities and businesses in relation to building contract disputes, debt recovery, commercial leases, and landlord and tenant disputes. Since qualification, he has handled many cases in his areas of expertise, including complex cases in the Employment Tribunal and County Courts.

Asad is also a Director and the firm’s Compliance Officer for Legal Practice and Financial Administration. He has completed several professional development courses relating to his legal areas of expertise as well as compliance regulations.

David Keighley

David is a Solicitor, Trainer, Lecturer and Writer, heading up our Residential Property Department as a Consultant. He was admitted as a solicitor in January 1982 and began lecturing and writing for publications in 2008 while he continued to practice law.

David started working with Brevis in October 2020 and continues to regularly lecture on a wide range of Residential Conveyancing topics in conjunction with the Law Society, Lawnet, Xpress Legal and a number of other organisations. David’s specialist field of practice is in a particularly complex subcategory of conveyancing known as Shared Ownership, in which he writes a chapter on for the Law Society’s Conveyancing Handbook each year.