Why £25 online pre-nups could cost couples dearly

Blog by Peter Jones First we had DIY online divorces, now I read this week that couples are being offered online DIY pre-nuptial arrangements for just £25! As readers of this blog will know, at Jones Myers we actively encourage … Continue reading

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Cohabitation is on the rise – but why don’t couples know their rights?

Blog by Peter Jones It’s very encouraging to hear that the government is taking the advice of leading think tank The Marriage Foundation to look at ways of keeping families together, particularly as cohabiting heterosexual couples with dependent children account … Continue reading

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Helping children cope with your separation

Ruth Sutherland, Chief Executive, Relate Last week was a busy one for the UK’s leading relationship support organisation, Relate. Whether or not the first working Monday of January should really be called ‘divorce day’, we consistently see a sharp spike … Continue reading

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Considering divorce? Why children must always be top priority

By Kate Banerjee, head of the children’s department Can there ever be a good separation or divorce? According to the latest survey undertaken by YouGov on behalf of relationship experts Relate, the answer is a resounding no. Almost six in … Continue reading

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Why D Day for divorce is just plain daft

According to the media, family lawyers herald the start of a New Year with an annual onslaught of post-festive divorce enquiries on ‘D Day’ as couples decide to pack up their marriage along with the Christmas decorations.

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