Deepest cut: the financial and emotional scars of forces redundancies

News of the latest armed forces job cuts – with claims of up to 16,500 redundancies being implemented by April 2015 – presents a myriad of challenges to servicemen and women. As we’re all aware, today’s tough economic climate can … Continue reading

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New book puts the spotlight on cohabitation

Our regular blog visitors may already be aware of commitment of the Jones Myers team to  campaigning for changes in cohabitation laws. Now, lawyers throughout England and Scotland can benefit from the expertise of one of our most knowledgeable partners … Continue reading

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Buyer beware: property perils for cohabitees

For the million-plus unmarried couples living together in England and Wales, this week has seen a landmark decision that could affect them all. Somewhat controversially, the Supreme Court upheld the decision of County Court and overturned the Court of Appeal … Continue reading

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Talking to your kids about divorce – Guest blog from Christina McGhee

This week we are delighted to feature a guest post from internationally acclaimed speaker, author and divorce coach, Christina McGhee.

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