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Swift and effective responses to client needs with commitment and competence.

Welcome to Elysium Law

A niche and alternative law firm disrupting the traditional model, Elysium’s lawyers and advisors provide knowledge and expertise via the use of cutting-edge technology.

We are a Direct Access Barrister firm with litigation privileges, meaning we can do the same work as a Solicitor firm, but with the prestige and expertise of a Barrister working directly on your matter, day to day.

We provide swift and effective responses to client needs with commitment and competence, both nationally and internationally.

Practice Areas

One firm for all your Legal, Tax and Business needs. Our team of lawyers and advisors look to combine their specialist knowledge with commercial insight and a client centered approach.
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Get in touch with Elysium Law for more information about our practice areas or for any general enquiries using our contact form or call 0151 328 1968.
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In client care, Elysium go further than any law firm we have ever engaged-always available – I don’t think the team ever sleep!

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News & Insights

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FAQS FOR SPOTLIGHT 63 VICTIMS (P118, LT4L, BAILEY GROUP)

Elysium Law have been approached by a number of individuals and professional advisers about what is rapidly becoming a serious issue for those who entered planning with Property 118, Less Tax For Landlords and Bailey Group. In response to the mounting questions surrounding this issue, we’ve crafted this Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) article, accompanied by […]

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Legal Insights: A Litigation Overview following Spotlight 63

In this article, Ruby Keeler-Williams and Richard Gray of Elysium Law provide an overview of the legal action which can potentially be brought against LT4L and the companies involved within the structure – which is now the subject of HMRC Spotlight 63. In this article, we’ll give an overview of aspects of the anticipated litigation […]

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Exiting Tax Avoidance Schemes following HMRC’s Spotlight 63

In this article, Richard Gray and Ruby Keeler-Williams of Elysium Law provide practical guidance for individuals navigating the exit process from tax planning schemes, notably those promoted by Less Tax For Landlords. Let us start by thanking the CIOT for publishing the letter which is being sent by HMRC following Spotlight 63. This communication sheds […]