Why the dinosaurs’ days are numbered in the current child support system

By Peter Jones, founder A senior judge’s call for parents with valuable homes to be forced to pay more child support highlights a loophole in the system which is criticised as being unfair and does not put children’s interests first. … Continue reading

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Can my ex claim my inheritance? Four key questions answered

In tough economic times a windfall in the form of a legacy left in a will can give the family coffers a boost.  However, what happens to that inheritance if a couple divorce? It may come as a surprise to … Continue reading

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Seven ‘P’s to avoid post-divorce financial blunders

After the death of a spouse, divorce rates as the second most stressful life event – with some couples compounding their post-divorce stress with a series of financial blunders. At Jones Myers LLP, we stress the importance of parties having … Continue reading

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