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by Ridley & Hall in David Wilson, Litigation posted June 11, 2024.

Witness Statements: Some Dos and Don’ts!

In most cases which proceed to trial evidence from witnesses is vital to the success or otherwise of the claim. […]


by Ridley & Hall in Anthony Sykes, Kinship Care posted May 24, 2024.

Ridley & Hall Celebrates Foster Care Fortnight

At Ridley & Hall, we are celebrating Foster Care Fortnight, an awareness campaign led by The Fostering Network. This campaign […]


Predatory marriage; what can we learn from the recent case of Langley v Qin?

The recent judgement in Langley v Qin has sparked widespread interest, attracting the attention of the national press. In this […]


by Ridley & Hall in Continuing Healthcare Funding, James Urquhart-Burton posted May 14, 2024.

Injustice in NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding: Eligibility Recommendations Overturned

As a solicitor who has conducted NHS Continuing Healthcare appeals for over a decade, I’m increasingly concerned by examples of […]


by Ridley & Hall in Divorce, Family & Matrimonial, Vicky Medd posted May 2, 2024.

Changes to Family Law Rules Prioritise Dispute Resolution

On 29th April 2024, new Family Proceedings Rules came into effect, placing a strong emphasis on dispute resolution. Addressing Delays […]


by Ridley & Hall in Contentious probate, James Urquhart-Burton, Sarah Young, Will Disputes posted May 1, 2024.

Steps You Can Take If You Are Overdue An Inheritance

If you’re the beneficiary of a will and you have concerns over the executors who are administering the estate, you’ll […]


by Ridley & Hall in Probate & Estate Administration, Sarah Young, Trust disputes, Trusts posted April 15, 2024.

Executor Misconduct: What are the problems and solutions?

A Judge at a criminal trial at Swansea Crown court is currently considering whether a mother and grandfather of two […]


by Ridley & Hall in Newsletter, Sophie Aldridge posted March 26, 2024.

5 Top Tips for Juniors in the Legal Profession

As a Trainee Solicitor at Ridley & Hall, I now approach the end of 7 years of studies (not that […]


by Ridley & Hall in Divorce, Family & Matrimonial, Vicky Medd posted March 18, 2024.

Decline in Divorce Rates: Exploring Factors and Future Trends

The latest figures regarding divorces in 2022 were released last month, revealing a significant decrease in the number of divorces […]


by Ridley & Hall in Conveyancing, Naha Ahmed, Residential property posted March 15, 2024.

Understanding the Crucial Steps in Property Transactions: Exchange of Contracts vs. Completion

If you’re a first-time buyer or even a seasoned homeowner, the terminology surrounding property transactions can sometimes feel like navigating […]


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