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Offshore trusts, new trends and referees – meet our in-house barrister, Andrew Fox

As an in-house barrister at Jones Myers, what type of cases do you work on? Some of my cases involve…

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Why our 25th birthday anniversary is going down a treat!

It’s celebration time as we mark 25 years as a niche family law practice which continues to go from strength…

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Why our expansion to Harrogate has made a media splash!  

  Our highly experienced team at Jones Myers has opened a new office at Windsor House, Cornwall Road in Harrogate…

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Cohabitation: your key questions answered  

By Liz Bell, solicitor Cohabiting couple families remain the fastest growing relationship in the UK, but many mistakenly believe that…

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Why the dinosaurs’ days are numbered in the current child support system

By Peter Jones, founder A senior judge’s call for parents with valuable homes to be forced to pay more child…

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We’re marking further expansion with a new office in Harrogate

Milestone expansion: our new office will be based at Windsor House. Having worked with divorcing and separating couples for many…

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Should all judges compile a ‘Dear Sam’ letter when putting children’s interests first?

A senior judge’s highly unusual move in explaining to a 14-year-old boy in a letter his decision why the child…

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More child maintenance loopholes reinforce why family courts should rule on payments

By Peter Jones, founder A new report has prompted fresh concerns about the systems that are supposed to ensure children…

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Steps to take if your ex won’t provide details of the Cash Equivalent Transfer Value of a pension

  Our latest guest blog on The Divorce Magazine asks what you need to do if your ex won’t provide…

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Senior judge’s plea adds weight to ‘no-fault’ divorce campaign

  The call by the UK’s top family law judge for new legislation to allow ‘no-fault’ divorces reinforces the pressing…