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October 22, 2020

Covid-19 and the value of the family home upon divorce

For many separating couples, the matrimonial home and its value is often the largest asset within the divorce proceedings.  As both spouses will typically need to purchase new homes for themselves following divorce, it is therefore necessary to discover how much the marital home is worth, and how much each party will eventually receive as […]

October 7, 2020

Coronavirus and childcare: facilitating contact in the ‘rule of six’ era

On Monday 14th September 2020, the UK government introduced the ‘rule of six’ in England to limit social contact in an attempt to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus.  This new rule makes it illegal for groups of more than six people to meet in any setting, either indoors or outdoors, including in family […]

October 1, 2020

Jackie Finds New Family at Terry Jones Solicitors

An established senior solicitor with seventeen years’ experience in all aspects of family law has joined our Shrewsbury office to strengthen the company’s services for those needing support when going through a relationship breakdown. After working as a family caseworker for four years, Jackie Meredith qualified as a Solicitor in November 2003. Having gained experience […]

September 18, 2020

Significant surge in divorces

As the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to take its toll, many people are continuing to see a notable impact on their personal lives. Recent studies have found that the pandemic is creating an enormous pressure on relationships, with an expected surge in divorces impending. In the first weekend of September, views on the Citizens Advice divorce page were up […]

September 15, 2020

Understanding restrictive covenants and furlough leave

As a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic, many employees will be made redundant through no fault of their own.  A significant number of employees will also find that they have restrictive covenants in their contracts of employment that are likely to hinder their search for alternative employment in the immediate aftermath of their redundancy.  […]

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Covid-19 and the value of the family home upon divorce

Coronavirus and childcare: facilitating contact in the ‘rule of six’ era

Jackie Finds New Family at Terry Jones Solicitors

Significant surge in divorces

Understanding restrictive covenants and furlough leave

Redundancy rockets in the UK

Furlough scheme enters its next phase in September 2020

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