Winston Solicitors, personal law focused on you

We are a Leeds Solicitors who are pleased to be able to offer a full range of services for individuals, listed in our menu.  One of our primary aims in establishing Winston Solicitors in 2002 in Roundhay, North Leeds, was to provide a quality local service that offers friendly, straightforward advice. 

Our mission statement is 'When Service Wins', as we recognise good service is a genuine differentiator.

Over the years the breadth of legal services has increased, as well as the numbers of our experienced, caring professionals.  We currently have 5 partners, 15 lawyers and a total of 30 staff, to provide expert legal advice in areas useful to you, your family and your business.

Our practice has become known and respected locally and regionally, with entry in Chambers & Partners – Notable Practitioner, and we are accredited with Lexcel and the Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

Our communication with clients is both personal and innovative, ranging from home visits to free webinars.  We have over 2,500 followers on twitter, and an active Facebook page which highlights the many charitable events we hold each year for local and national charities such as Leeds MencapSt Gemma’s Hospice, Cystic Fibrosis and  Clic Sargent.

Please select an area of law from our list of services to find out how we can help you.

Jonathan Winston (Managing partner)

 

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