News & Insights

New family solicitor at Jones & Co

The family law department at Jones & Co Solicitors has expanded with the appointment of a new solicitor. Sally Kusznir, who has worked as a family solicitor in the Doncaster area for over ten years and grew up in the area, will be supporting clients from the firm’s Retford and Ollerton offices. Sally attended the […]


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Residents’ right to complain

A new housing complaints service will make it easier for tenants and homeowners to act against their landlord or housebuilder if something goes wrong in their home. James Murray, landlord and tenant law specialist at Jones & Co Solicitors, says that plans for a Housing Complaints Resolution Service include giving people a single way to […]


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Dispute resolution specialist joins Harworth team

Jones & Co Solicitors has strengthened its Harworth team with the arrival of a dispute resolution specialist. Gina Fryatt has moved to the Harworth branch after 18 months at the firm’s Bawtry office. Currently working as a trainee legal executive, Gina graduated with a first-class honours law degree from Sheffield Hallam University in 2016. Gina […]


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Jones & Co back for Retford Half Marathon

Three colleagues are getting ready to run in this year’s Retford Half Marathon. The team from Jones & Co Solicitors, which will be sponsoring the event for a fourth year, includes Louise Richardson, Gareth Day and Tom Hill. The 13.1-mile event on Sunday 10 March is a key fixture for runners from across Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire […]


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Lasting power of attorney refund alert

If you set up a lasting power of attorney (LPA) in the last few years you may be eligible for a fee refund. Jones & Co Solicitors is advising people that they may have been overcharged by the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) between 2013 and 2017 if they set up an LPA in […]


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New habitation rights for tenants

Are your rental properties in good repair? Landlords are advised to check that their properties meet expected repair standards to avoid being sued by tenants from this March onwards. A new law giving private and social tenants the right to force their landlords to keep their homes fit for habitation comes into force on 20 […]


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Probate increases from April

Many families will have to pay more for probate from next April, following fee increases by the Ministry of Justice.


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Need to challenge a Will?

If you believe an elderly or unwell family member changed their will without fully understanding this, you may have the right to challenge it.


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