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Rover’s Return landlords head for break up: how to safeguard a family business

One of Coronation Street’s explosive upcoming storylines is rumoured to have Rover’s Return landlords, Steve McDonald and Michelle Connor  heading…

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Steps to take if you are concerned your children may be at risk from abduction

By Kate Banerjee, Partner and head of the Children Department The case of a Hampshire woman – who has recently…

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£2m divorce battle puts post-nups in legal spotlight

A High Court judge has upheld the terms of a post-nuptial agreement drawn up by a multi-millionaire property tycoon and…

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Rags to riches – delayed divorce payout ruling is cautionary tale

By Peter Jones, founder and partner Could a landmark Supreme Court ruling allowing a woman to make a claim for…

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2014 child abduction figures reinforce urgency for greater parental awareness

By Kate Banerjee, Head of our Children’s Department I am saddened but not surprised to hear that the Foreign and…

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Chambers lists 50 per cent of Jones Myers solicitors as ‘leaders in their field’

The 2015 illustrious legal industry bible Chambers, has listed 50 per cent of solicitors at Leeds family law specialist Jones…

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How prenups can help couples to pick ‘n’ mix their assets

By Peter Jones, partner and founder The gagging order on Katie Price’s soon to be ex-husband Kieran Hayler has catapulted…

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How will new family laws determine children’s fate?

Child Arrangement Orders, designed to meet the best interests of the child, rather than what a parent wants, are a…

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Why proposed new pre-nup laws are only for the wealthy

By Fiona Kendall A long awaited Law Commission announcement which is recommending a special status pre-nuptial agreement is unlikely to…

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Revving up for pre-nups – but will they stall on the legal journey?

Following our blog on DIY pre-marital arrangements, so called ‘pre-nups’ have again hit the headlines with some media reporting that…