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

Our latest blog on The Divorce Magazine focuses on what you can do if your ex is ignoring a Financial…

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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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Why dad’s double life spells long-term distress for the teenagers involved

As the ‘Bliss’ TV series of a dad’s double life hurtles toward the inevitable conclusion of him being found out,…

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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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Our divorce is inevitable – what are the first steps I need to take?

The realisation that divorce is inevitable can result in wide-ranging emotions spanning despair, frustration – and fear of starting all…

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‘Grandma we love you’: The vital role of grandparents during a divorce

Divorce frequently results in family members taking on different or wider roles – arguably none more so than grandparents. Often…

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My divorce is inevitable – what steps do I need to take?

By Peter Jones, founder Irrespective of what day, month or year it is when realisation sinks in that separation is…

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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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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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Five steps to reduce seasonal stress and keep relationships on track

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas with towns and cities ablaze with festive trees, lights and decorations along…

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