Solicitor passes exam to become an SFE Full Accredited Member

Solicitors For The Elderly Accredited Solicitor Howard Cohen

Howard Cohen has passed the necessary exams to become an SFE Full Accredited Member. By undertaking the tests set out by Solicitors For the Elderly, he has the specialist training to advise clients in older client law. He fully understands the issues affecting clients who are older and could be more vulnerable, and is committed to providing affordable, high quality legal advice and help his clients make the decisions that are their own.

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"Making decisions about selecting a suitable LPA was very difficult for me, but Winston Solicitors discussed it with me patiently. It was a great relief for me. I thank them so much."

Mrs Parker

"Winston Solicitors made the Will writing process really simple for us and encouraged us to think about scenarios that we hadn't considered. They were very prompt in their dealings with us and we would happily recommend them to friends and family."

Mr & Mrs Welsh

Please call Howard Cohen on 0113 320 5000 to discuss your personal situation or email

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