Category: James Cook
Ridley & Hall Director of Family James Cook continues to fight for justice in family law
Ridley & Hall Director of Family James Cook continues to fight for justice in family law, his most recent case […]
Care Proceedings…Tell Me More!
Care Proceedings, also known as Public Law proceedings, are more common than many people think. Proceedings are generally issued due […]
COVID-19 effect on parents involved in care proceedings
The number of urgent Care Proceedings cases in the family courts have remained stable, and even seen a slight rise […]
The Dense Fog of Human Rights Costs!
The recent decisions in Re: H (A minor) v Northamptonshire CC 2017 www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Fam/2017/282.html and Re CZ (Human Rights Claim: Costs) 2017 […]
Adoptive Parents and the Misuse of Section 20
What do adoptive parents do when they realise they simply can’t continue caring for their damaged adopted child? They turn […]
Ridley & Hall Celebrates Double Accreditation
The 2015 Legal 500 rankings have been announced and Ridley & Hall is pleased to be named as the highest […]
Family Drug and Alcohol Court is Coming to West Yorkshire
The Family Drug and Alcohol Court (FDAC) was launched in January 2008 in the Inner London Family Proceedings Court to […]
Adoption Activity Days – a Solution for an Adoption Crisis?
Following a recent Channel 4 documentary about adoption and in particular ‘Adoption Activity Days’, there has been a lot of […]
Children of Domestic Abuse Victims at Risk
A report by the Family Rights Group has highlighted the need for mothers facing domestic violence to get urgent skilled […]
Tick Tock – The Time is Now for Family Members
“There is no time like the present” is an old saying but it could not be more appropriate for family […]