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Response to COVID-19 from Winston Solicitors

Client and staff welfare are our priority, especially during COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Winston Solicitors building is now closed but the good news is you can post your correspondence and we will take care of it in our customary, prompt way, as our essential team will process it for our home working legal teams.

Our legal services are accessible on-line and we can still offer you a variety of ways in which you can contact us.

1. Telephone Winston Solicitors on 0113 320 5000 and speak to a member of our legal team who are working remotely.

2. Email your legal enquiry to info@winstonsolicitors.co.uk and we will forward this to the appropriate solicitor.

3. Send you correspondence in the post and we will take care of it for you. 

4. We can chat to you FACE-TO-FACE through the wonderful world of Skype, What'sApp and Zoom! All of these are free to use from your smart phone, tablet or computer.

5. All our social media channels are available - 'LinkIn' with us, message on Facebook, send us a Tweet and see what's happening over on our Instagram page!

Both our head office in Roundhay and our Harrogate office are closed to the public. Please do not use the Harrogate office for any postal correspondence at this time.

Making payments

Ideally, please make payments following the bank transfer details that you have been given.

Alternatively, we have set up an on-line payment facility https://www.winstonsolicitors.co.uk/payment

We ask you not to send any cheques or cash at this time. 

Keeping your social distance is paramount and so is ensuring that your legal affairs are sorted in a timely and suitable manner.

Thank you from the Winston Solicitors team.

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