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Jones Myers case assists Supreme Court judges’ maintenance ruling

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

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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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My ex is ignoring a Financial Consent Order – what can I do?

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Meal ticket divorce ruling provides food for thought over maintenance deals

By Peter Jones, founder of Jones Myers Family Law Solicitors A recent divorce case, which has been widely reported and…

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Divorce and Finances:Don’t leave your financial settlement to chance – how to avoid it being rejected

Our latest blog on The Divorce Magazine puts the spotlight on how to avoid a financial settlement being rejected. Below…

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Hidden assets case highlights that not even lawyers are above the law

The case of a solicitor who was struck off for failing to declare an interest in a property when undergoing…

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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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How to find the right lawyers to unravel your Will and Estate disputes

By Polly Coram, solicitor with Jones Myers wills and trust department We see an increase in people turning to us…

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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…