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Posted by Matthew Goodwin on 31 August 2017

Matthew Goodwin - Tax Disputes Lawyer
Matthew Goodwin Associate-Solicitor-Advocate
Wright Hassall Free Legal Hub

Come and talk to one of our lawyers at our free, drop-in session at our offices on the first Tuesday of every month.

You don’t need to book - just turn up and one of our lawyers will be on hand to help answer your legal questions. And, if for any reason*, we cannot help, we will advise you who can.

When:

The first Tuesday of every month. The first session will be held on Tuesday 5 September between 6pm and 8pm.

Where:

Wright Hassall,
Olympus Avenue,
Leamington Spa,
Warwickshire,
CV34 6BF

Just turn up at our offices on the first Tuesday of every month between 6pm and 8pm

* Unfortunately we are unable to advise on any criminal law or asylum issues.

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Matthew Goodwin

Associate-Solicitor-Advocate

As an associate within the tax and financial services litigation team, Matthew regularly acts for corporates and individuals, dealing with a variety of disputes.

Matthew Goodwin

As an associate within the tax and financial services litigation team, Matthew regularly acts for corporates and individuals, dealing with a variety of disputes.

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