Howard Colman

Colman Coyle

A well known Central London firm of solicitors widely respected for our straight talking and forward thinking legal advice.

Established in 1984 by Howard Colman and Robert Coyle, we have an experienced team of lawyers based in our offices in Islington which is close to both the City of London and the Royal Courts of Justice.

For over thirty years we have provided a practical and commercially grounded law service to a broad client base, including many small and medium sized businesses, as well as large and global organisations and private clients.  Whatever the size of your business operation, we pride ourselves on being extremely client focused and believe in building long lasting relationships with you.


Dispute Resolution

Our experts in Dispute Resolutions cover a broad range of litigation and alternative dispute resolution.

We also have significant experience in group litigation.


Real Estate

Our team has established an enviable reputation through the department's in-depth and comprehensive knowledge of the real estate market.

Corporate & Employment

Our Corporate & Employment team offers our clients a responsive, speedy and business orientated service from lawyers who exercise sound commercial judgement.


We have experience of providing international clients with a full range of legal advice and are able to offer a cost effective alternative to the international practices of larger city firms.


Private Client

Our team provides discreet tailored legal advice to ensure that you and your family receive peace of mind and the right advice to protect the things that matter.


Latest News

Proposed Probate Fee Increase

Following in the wake of the recent budget, the Government has put forward proposals to significantly increase the cost of obtaining a Grant of Probate. These proposals are similar to ones first put forward in 2017 and early indications are that they are likely to be just as controversial.

Landlords take note – the right to forfeit is lost when CRAR is used

Whilst the ancient landlord remedy of levying distress on a tenants goods in order to release funds to discharge rent arrears was accepted by the Courts as a landlord act which unequivocally affirmed the continuation of the tenants lease, the remedy of distress was abolished in 2014 and replaced by a new but similar regime called CRAR.

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