Change your fork seals as soon as possible if your forks are leaking! You must avoid your front brake pads becoming soaked with fork fluid which can lead to near or complete loss of your front brakes!
Changing fork seals is a bit of work but the simplest way to accomplish this is by dropping your front triple tree. Extracting your fork tubes being very careful to use no tools of any kind on the tubes so as not to scratch the ends. Handle the tubes with a pair of clean cotton garden gloves or a clean cotton terry cloth towel to avoid any scratching. Even the most minute scratches where the seals fit can cause the forks seals to leak - and new fork seals will not solve the problem.
To remove the fork seals, remove the snap ring just above your old seals with a simple set of snap ring pliers. Pull out the old seals and push the new ones in by hand.
Consult your workshop manual in case this procedure doesn't work for your situation.