Family team open their doors for free


Free family legal advice clinic

The family law team at Winston Solicitors have opened a free advice clinic to individuals looking for information, support and confidential family legal advice. 

Clinics run weekly on TUESDAY and THURSDAY 9am - 5pm

The free appointments are with specialist family solicitor Howard Cohen, and are open to everyone. We provide assistance on divorce and separation, guidance on financial matters following the breakdown of a marriage, as well as cohabitation agreements and pre or post nuptial agreements. Please note we are unable to offer free appointments for children matters.

Our free appointment system enables you to talk through options before deciding which route is best for your individual situation. Our clinic provides a simple way of receiving some family legal guidance at a time when you need it most.

To book your free Tuesday OR Thursday family legal advice appointment, please call Howard Cohen on 0113 320 5000 or email

Family law advice – helping you with life’s journey.

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