Jones Myers further fuels team growth

Pictured are Becky Vine with Jones Myers managing partner Richard Peaker

Niche family law firm, Jones Myers, is further boosting its team growth with the appointment of solicitor Becky Vine.

Becky, whose specialisms extend to financial disputes, settling financial arrangements and cohabitation, joins the Financial Remedies Team of the award-winning practice.

Jones Myers managing partner, Richard Peaker, who heads the Financial Remedies Department, said: “Clients commend Becky for her conscientious and friendly approach along with her commitment to providing a practical, efficient and tailored approach to resolving issues.

“We warmly welcome Becky to our talented team and we wish her continued success in her career.”

Becky, a member of family justice group Resolution and the West & North Yorkshire Young Resolution Committee, said: “Jones Myers has earned a powerful reputation as a leader in its field and I’m enjoying the opportunity to work closely with the firm’s partners and continue to expand my skills and knowledge.”

The expansion follows a series of new appointments over the last 12 months which include the promotion of Anthony Parrish to partner.

Jones Myers has consistently retained its top tier regional rankings in Chambers and Legal 500 for over two decades

The practice has also retained its esteemed Family Law Firm of the Year title in the Family Law awards for consistently delivering excellence in family law. In the same awards, Jones Myers founder, Peter Jones, received a prestigious honour for his outstanding contribution to family law.

The firm’s specialist family lawyers include an in-house counsel, mediators, collaborative law experts and an arbitrator. They also comprise a former national chair of family law group Resolution, the current national chair of Resolution’s Specialist Accreditation Committee and a former Deputy District Judge.


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