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The real reasons behind the silver separations surge

  Are infuriating habits like snoring and gunged up topless toothpastes prompting the over 60s to separate in their droves?…

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Deepest cut: the financial and emotional scars of forces redundancies

News of the latest armed forces job cuts – with claims of up to 16,500 redundancies being implemented by April…

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New book puts the spotlight on cohabitation

Our regular blog visitors may already be aware of commitment of the Jones Myers team to  campaigning for changes in…

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Buyer beware: property perils for cohabitees

For the million-plus unmarried couples living together in England and Wales, this week has seen a landmark decision that could…

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Talking to your kids about divorce – Guest blog from Christina McGhee

This week we are delighted to feature a guest post from internationally acclaimed speaker, author and divorce coach, Christina McGhee.

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Jones Myers tops Chambers family law rankings in Yorkshire

We’re celebrating this week after our Jones Myers LLP team consolidated its reputation as one of the top three family…

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Why the vulnerable should not be forced to stay in tempestuous relationships

A recent case of ours involving a vulnerable pensioner – who faces the choice of living out the rest of…

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Collaborative law is lighting up the North

Last week’s get together for the north of England’s collaborative law community proved to be an inspiring occasion. It was…

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Hidden cost of divorce for over-50s

Divorce can be a stressful enough process without the worry for newly single people of how they are going to…

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All you need is love – and a pre-nup!

The recent announcement that Sir Paul McCartney will tie the knot for the third time is not necessarily the most…

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