There’s an app for that – but why?

By Peter Jones, Partner Just a couple of weeks ago a previous Jones Myers blog post highlighted the dangers of parents using smartphone and tablet apps to spy on their children. Now we hear of plans for a “divorce app” … Continue reading

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Steps to resolve relationship challenges in a civilised manner – June 21 Leeds event

When the cracks start to appear in relationships and a break up is inevitable, Jones Myers LLP champions collaborative family law (CFL) as a more sensible and civilised process to avoid the trauma of court proceedings. On June 21 the … Continue reading

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Why we need a moral code to stop warring couples using children’s apps as spying traps

As a parent and a family law expert it is undoubtedly disturbing to hear how apps offering  free video calls on tablets and smartphones are being cited in custody cases by family lawyers who claim they have been misused for … Continue reading

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Will couples count the cost of Heartbreak Hotel?

It was the one and only Elvis Presley who sang most memorably about Heartbreak Hotel, pointing out rather ominously that “although it’s always crowded, you still can find some room”. Heartbreak Hotel was the best selling single in 1956 and … Continue reading

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