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Linda Jones

Work 01788 557588
Brethertons LLP

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Family and compliance.


Linda Jones is partner and director of legal services for the private client sector, including the family department. In family law, Linda advises high net worth clients on divorce and the financial consequences of divorce, including advising in highly litigious matters where her strategic planning of cases and refusal to do anything other than the best for her clients is highly beneficial.  Linda specialises in complex assets and pensions on divorce, being a Resolution accredited specialist in pensions on divorce and a member of the advanced family law panel in complex assets and pensions. Her experience includes pension sharing orders including high-value armed forces pension schemes, defending and bringing contested hearings, effects of divorce on property trusts with disputed family interests, agricultural family trusts and businesses on divorce, care of children, litigation cases, cases involving multi-£million asset and pension scheme values and pre-nuptial agreements for individuals seeking to protect pre-acquired wealth in the event of divorce.


Trained Brethertons LLP; qualified 1998; trainee legal executive in family team from 1988; partner 2000. Linda joined Brethertons LLP in 1988 as a trainee legal executive in the family team, studying through the ILEX route to qualify as a fellow, and then De Montfort University Legal Practice Course.


Resolution Accredited Specialist in Pensions and Advocacy on Financial Provision; Law Society Family Panel – Advanced complex assets and pensions.


Bilton School, Rugby; De Montfort University, Leicester (Legal Practice Course 1996-98).


Time with family, cooking, fine wines, gym, black belt Tae Kwon Do.

West Midlands: Private client

Family: elsewhere in the West Midlands

Within: Leading individuals

Linda Jones - Brethertons LLP

Within: Family: elsewhere in the West Midlands

Brethertons LLP  is 'a leading regional firm' with 'a growing and deserved national reputation as specialist family lawyers'. Linda Jones  co-heads the team and is notably strong in advising on divorce-related financial issues. Fellow practice head Simon Craddock  is a an expert in complex children cases and recently advised on a damages claim from a child who had been left in the care of an allegedly unfit parent by the local authority. He also acted on a case on behalf of a child who was wrongfully removed from one of her parents and moved to the USA.  Associate solicitor Rachel Adams  specialises in matrimonial finances and is 'determined', 'intelligent', 'efficient' and 'compassionate'. Associate solicitor Kim Lehal  is an expert on cases involving international child abduction, forced marriages and honour-based violence.

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