We are very satisfied with Banner Jones. May I also say the receptionists and secretaries were very kind and helpful.
Mr & Mrs W, Chesterfield
I was involved in an accident and my insurance company thought they had achieved the world for me by getting an offer of 50/50. This offer would mean not only would I get 50% of the damage done to my car, but would also lose my no claims bonus. I went to Banner Jones with all the paperwork and just a few weeks later I was banking a cheque for the full amount of damages and had my no claims discount. Great Service!
Mr B, Chesterfield
Thank you again for your help..If anyone requires a solicitor at any time..I will recommend yourselves..for quick and friendly service
Miss N, Chesterfield
Thanks Holly. Big hug for the team ïŠ
Mr W, South Tehidy, New Green Ventures Ltd
Extremely pleasant and friendly receptionist. My intention was to ring around several solicitors to get quotes, but after speaking to receptionist was happy to book an appointment.
Mrs M, Old Tupton
Banner Jones were really helpful, friendly and professional. Would definitely recommend and would not hesitate in using again.
Mrs C, Chesterfield
I am extremely grateful for everything that you have done for me. I cannot thank you enough.
Ms J-S, Holymoorside
You have been nothing other than helpful, informative and sympathetic to our situation and I am extremely grateful to you for rectifying someone else's incompetence.
It has recently been announced that couples in England and Wales will eventually be able to file for a ‘no fault’ divorce, meaning that couples who simply grow apart, no longer have to find ‘blame’ to bring the marriage to an end.
It is thought that this reform in divorce law will help to reduce family conflict and, in some cases, could speed up divorce proceedings. With these changes, alongside the introduction of the Ministry of Justice online divorce platform it is thought that divorce will become much quicker and easier for many couples in the future.
Does common law marriage exist? The short answer is “no”, however, almost half of people in England and Wales mistakenly believe that unmarried couples who live together have a common law marriage and enjoy the same rights as couples that are legally married.
The Law Commission is proposing changes that would make it quicker and easier for leaseholders to take control of the day-to-day management of their building. A partner in local law firm said, ““The right-to-manage process appears not to be working effectively for leaseholders at the moment and change is needed.”.
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The directors of Banner Jones Ltd are Solicitors of England and Wales.