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‘To have, hold and protect’ – without tying the knot

Studies and statistics relating to the continuing decline in marriage rates in the UK and US continue to reinforce how…

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Jones Myers ranked in UK’s top family law firms for second consecutive year

A guide that ranks the UK’s top family law firms has acknowledged Jones Myers’ reputation for excellence for the second…

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Expansion to York and new team marks Jones Myers latest milestone

The latest milestone for our specialist family law firm sees the launch of an office in York and a trio…

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Highly experienced family lawyer fuels our Harrogate expansion

Our Leeds and Harrogate niche family law firm has appointed a highly experienced family law solicitor to join our growing…

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Our call to reform cohabitation laws features in The Yorkshire Post

Jones Myers appears regularly in the media where we comment on issues and provide advice on key areas of family…

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Civil partnerships or marriage for heterosexual couples: what’s the difference?

This week sees the second reading of a bill which, if passed, would enable opposite sex couples to enter a…

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Divorce figures down but more cohabitants breaking up: the real story behind the statistics

By Peter Jones, founder While not wishing to deflate buoyant reports on how divorce rates for newlyweds and couples who’ve…

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How to plan for your future and resolve your past

Jones Myers is hosting an informal presentation at our Harrogate office which will give insights into family relationships and key…

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Debunking myths about unmarried couples and pension rights should one partner die

A recent survey, which reported that cohabiting couples mistakenly believe they would automatically have rights to their partner’s pension on…

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Protection needed for cohabiting couples – more of your questions answered

By Liz Bell, solicitor Following on from our earlier blog, which highlighted how a high percentage of cohabiting couples wrongly…