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Unqualified advisor negligence claim reinforces danger of ‘paid’ McKenzie Friends

We wholeheartedly welcome a renewed call for a ban on paid ‘McKenzie friends’ after an unqualified ‘legal adviser’ was ordered…

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Jones Myers case assists Supreme Court judges’ maintenance ruling

A case handled by Jones Myers has helped five Supreme Court judges to rule that a divorced surveyor should not…

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I’m unhappily married like Tini Owens – does this mean I can’t get divorced?

  By Peter Jones, founder Being unhappy in a marriage does not justify being granted a divorce. The Supreme Court…

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Would ‘no fault’ divorce help children caught in the crossfire to stay on track?

The myriad of media comments, articles and speculation on whether ‘no fault’ divorces will come to fruition fail to mention…

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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…

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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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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…