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

A Day in the Life of a Trainee Solicitor at Ridley & Hall

My name is Sophie Aldridge and I have been a trainee solicitor at Ridley & Hall for 7 months. I […]

by Ridley&Hall in James Urquhart-Burton, NHS Continuing Healthcare, Rebecca Kershaw posted February 14, 2024.

BBC Reports on the Ongoing Battle for NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding

In recent reports to the BBC, over 100 families responsible for the care of severely disabled adults and children outside […]

by Ridley&Hall in Estates, Sarah Young, Trusts, Will Disputes, Wills posted February 13, 2024.

Can I Challenge a Decision by a Trustee?

What did a stuffed pike have to do with a court case over a trust? It was a factor leading […]

by Ridley&Hall in Powers of Attorney, Yasmin Walker posted February 5, 2024.

Understanding Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA): A Comprehensive Guide

Most people are familiar with the concept of the Property and Financial Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA), a legal document […]

by Ridley&Hall in Charity, Newsletter posted January 26, 2024.

The Huddersfield Welcome Centre Food Bank and More – Our Visit and How Your Donations Helped

After an amazing effort from our colleagues in Huddersfield during December, Ridley & Hall were able to donate a car […]

by Ridley&Hall in James Urquhart-Burton, NHS Continuing Healthcare posted January 25, 2024.

How to Request an NHS Continuing Healthcare Assessment

I am a solicitor and partner at Ridley & Hall Solicitors. For the last 13 years, I have helped individuals […]

by Ridley&Hall in Rebecca Kershaw, Will Disputes posted January 23, 2024.

Backdated Bereavement Support for Unmarried Parents

At Ridley & Hall our will dispute team often acts for unmarried parents who have lost their partner.  They may […]

by Ridley&Hall in Gareth Jones, Trusts, Unmarried couples, Wills posted January 16, 2024.

Come and live with me at my house Brenda but we’re not getting married

Marriage is not everyone’s cup of tea In November last year, I wrote about the rights ‘Brenda’ may have in […]

by Ridley&Hall in Divorce, Family & Matrimonial, Vicky Medd posted January 9, 2024.

How are Family Businesses Dealt with in Divorces?

Divorces often present complex challenges, and when family businesses are involved, the complexities can multiply. This is particularly true when […]

by Ridley&Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, Rebecca Kershaw posted December 21, 2023.

Can a Cohabitee Bring a Claim When Their Partner Dies?

The Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 has long been a crucial legal instrument in ensuring fair provision […]


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