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by Ridley&Hall in Missing People, Sarah Young posted February 10, 2022.

Can you divorce a missing person?

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, it may seem more than a little unromantic to consider this question. But, in […]

by Ridley&Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, Sarah Young posted .

Will Dispute win for Son against Will ‘engineered’ by his Sister

A High Court judgment in a will dispute case illustrates the lengths some people will go to in order to […]

by Ridley&Hall in News, Newsletter posted February 1, 2022.

Raft of promotions at Ridley & Hall including two new partnership appointments

Adam Leece and Susan Sowden have been appointed as partners at Ridley & Hall as part of a number of […]

by Ridley&Hall in Continuing Healthcare Funding, James Urquhart-Burton posted December 16, 2021.

Overview of the new proposed cap on care costs: who can benefit

The Government’s recent Health and Care Bill is rightly receiving a lot of media attention at the moment, given the […]

by Ridley&Hall in James Urquhart-Burton, Reclaiming care home fees posted December 6, 2021.

Proposed Cap on Care Costs: what you need to know

What are the government’s proposed changes? The Government narrowly won a vote on a proposed cap on social care costs […]

by Ridley&Hall in Ava Krajniewski, Commercial property, David Amies posted December 2, 2021.

Ridley & Hall makes another appointment as commercial property team more than doubles in a year

Fast-growing Huddersfield-based law firm, Ridley & Hall, is continuing to expand its commercial property team with the appointment of Ava […]

by Ridley&Hall in Inheritance Tax, Sarah Young, Wills posted November 11, 2021.

Inheritance Tax and Will Disputes

The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) expects twice as many estates to be paying inheritance tax (IHT) by 2026. To […]

by Ridley&Hall in Sarah Young, Trust disputes, Will Disputes posted .

Disinherited widow sues husband’s estate

The Daily Mail in article on 26th October 2021 reports an inheritance dispute in the High Court involving the widow […]

When is your will not your will?

Here’s a riddle; how can you die leaving a valid will…that you didn’t make and have no knowledge of? It […]

by Ridley&Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, Sarah Young posted October 25, 2021.

Can a promise be legally binding?

A family dispute over a property, currently in the High Court, highlights the murky issue of whether and when a […]


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