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Rhiannon Jones
  • Divorce
  • Children issues
  • Financial relief
  • University of Law (Guildford), LPC
  • University of Surrey, LLB (Hons) 
  • Member, Resolution
  • “I believe Rhiannon to be exceptional. Divorce is a very emotional time and Rhiannon has been able to assist me in the navigation of very tumultuous waters and I have really appreciated her counsel." 

    “Many thanks to you for your tremendous support and wise council at a difficult time in my life. I have already recommended you, and will continue to do so to anyone who seems in need of advice."

    “Rhiannon - I'd just like to thank you and Brenda very much for all of the work you have done on my behalf for now - you have both been amazing and I'm very grateful for all of the excellent service and advice that I have received. I will of course be in touch if I need any further help.”

    “I thought the whole team were brilliant.”

    “Thank you for the work you have undertaken on my behalf. You have given my life back.”

    “Efficient and confidence inspiring, with costs well controlled.” 

“I believe Rhiannon to be exceptional. Divorce is a very emotional time and I have really appreciated her counsel.” 

Rhiannon Jones is a senior solicitor in our Family law team, which spans our ReadingHenley-on-Thames and London offices

She advises on family law matters including divorce, financial relief and children issues, working alongside partner Brenda Long

Rhiannon studied Law at the University of Surrey before undertaking her LPC at the University of Law in Guildford. She qualified as a solicitor in 2014 and joined Blandy & Blandy a year later. 

Rhiannon is a member of Resolution (read 'Why choose a Resolution member?'), a body which aims to resolve family disputes in a non-confrontational manner.

Outside of work, Rhiannon likes to be involved within the local community, particularly since the changes to public funding were introduced, and has volunteered for the Citizens Advice Bureau as well as local law centres and a domestic violence charity.