Co-parenting and children handovers: what is the best way to do this?
A very common and large part of Court Proceedings relating to children is typically down to parents being unable to, […]
Cut off without a penny… Ridley & Hall’s Top Tips for Survival
Your parent passes away – you’re just beginning to process what has happened. Then, another bombshell; their will is read […]
Will disputes; what is fraud?
A son who was disinherited by his father because of a false claim that he was a ‘psychopath’ and a […]
What can we do if we don’t agree on vaccinations for our children?
The covid 19 pandemic has impacted everyone’s lives for the last 2 years. During this time, people made lots of […]
Cohabitation Law Reform – could reform of Schedule 1 of the Children Act 1989 be a first step to protect the most vulnerable?
Resolution, and Resolution’s Cohabitation Committee in particular, have been campaigning for reform of the law relating to cohabitants for over […]
A Day in the Life of a Trainee Solicitor at Ridley & Hall
My name is Yasmin Walker and I am a trainee solicitor at Ridley & Hall. I completed my Law Degree […]
Can you secure a Children’s Holiday Order?
I love my holidays. Contemplating holidays away with the family brings with it great joy and adventure. The prospect of […]
Child molesters and paedophiles: what does the law say?
While the two terms are sometimes used synonymously, there are some important differences. The word “paedophile” refers to a psychiatric […]
No fault divorce is coming shortly
No fault divorce comes into effect on 6 April 2022 in England and Wales. Previously, divorces had to be on […]
A new report released by the Resolution Foundation think tank, as reported by the Daily Telegraph, suggests that baby boomer […]