Shilan N. Shah - LL.B(Hons), LLP Partner, SRA Number 127131

Shilan is the founding Solicitor of Everatt’s Solicitors. Shilan has over 35 years’ experience helping both corporate and private clients in a wide range of commercial and personal legal matters and transactions.

Originally a general practitioner, Shilan now focuses his extensive legal expertise into complex commercial litigation and large scale commercial property transactions. Shilan’s wealth of knowledge in these areas is a great asset to his commercial clients.

Shilan also advises business owners, property developers, shareholders, directors and partnerships on the strategic aspects of contracts, national and international business disputes and litigation, business purchases and sales, offshore transactions, business structures and trusts. Shilan’s experience helps guide such clients effectively through disputes whilst minimising their exposure and risk.

Binal Shah - LL.B. (Hons), LLP Partner, SRA Number 381364

Binal studied law at London Guildhall University and thereafter, completed her Legal Practice Course at The College of Law. She joined Everatt's Solicitors as a Trainee Solicitor and qualified as a Solicitor in April 2010.

Binal deals primarily with Litigation but also in a range of Family, Immigration, Wills and Probate and Residential Conveyancing.

Binal is a competent Solicitor with good advocacy and litigation experience.

Tejal Patel - Solicitor, SRA Number 647186

Tejal studied Law at the University of Portsmouth and thereafter, completed her Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, in Guildford. Tejal joined Everatt’s in August 2017 as a Paralegal, where she assists in conveyancing matters. Tejal qualified as a solicitor in June 2019.

Tejal has previous experience in residential and commercial property transactions, which includes purchases and sales of both freehold and leasehold properties, right-to-buy, re-mortgages and granting/extending leases. She also has previous experience in Immigration and Landlord & Tenant matters.