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Family lawyers - Winston Solicitors

Family lawyers at Winston Solicitors are always sensitive when they assist you in any aspects of family breakdown, including divorce / civil partnership breakdown, associated financial issues and child arrangements.  The family law team also deal with prenup and post nuptial agreements, cohabitation contracts and separation agreements.

Family law requires a trusted relationship between lawyer and client. At Winston Solicitors we focus on ensuring there is clear communication, helpful guidance, and a knowledge that family law is being used to obtain the outcome you desire.

We appreciate that there is no such thing as 'one size fits all' as family law is a very personal area of law, which requires solutions to individual circumstances. We always take the time to really understand client individual needs, and to offer solutions that suit their particular situation, not some 'law text book answer'. 

A good family lawyer looks at the person first, advises on their needs, and seeks solutions that they find workable. 

Whatever relationship or family issues you need to resolve, it is important to know that your legal team are experienced, understanding and supportive.

We are committed to resolving matters in the most cost effective way and by the least acrimonious means possible.  However, should court proceedings be necessary, you can be assured that we have the experience to act robustly on your behalf. 

Our specialist family lawyers will deal with your case in an approachable and respectful manner, and help to reduce the stress and anxiety that family issues can bring. Here is a link to some recent client feedback.

Call on 0113 320 5000 or email

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