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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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I’m getting divorced and dread telling everyone – how do I approach it?

Having made the decision to divorce, many people are understandably filled with dread at the prospect of relaying the news…

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Steps to overcome the fear of loneliness when divorcing

An increased focus on loneliness has revealed that chronic loneliness can be a bigger health threat than obesity. When relating…

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Grandparent’s rights campaign reflects their vital role in children’s lives

By Jane Bolton, solicitor in the Children Department at Jones Myers Family Law A call to allow grandparents to see…

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Angelina’s child care reports highlight importance of getting on with your ex

By Kate Banerjee, head of the Children Department Reports that Angelina Jolie may lose her role as primary carer of…

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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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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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Sharing the caring: Getting the best result for the child when parents separate

By Jane Bolton, solicitor at Jones Myers family law specialist Our latest blog on The Divorce Magazine gives advice on…

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I’m a disappointed beneficiary: what are my options?

By Polly Coram, solicitor The fundamental basis of any will is that a person has a right to leave what…

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How our expertise can guide you through Contentious Trusts & Estates issues

By Polly Coram, solicitor Our Contentious Trusts & Estates, team, headed by Laura Short, solely practices in this area. The…

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