How divorce law and attitudes to divorce have changed during the 70 year reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
As the country gets set to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, Emma Hopkins Jones, Partner and Head of Family in Leeds, […]
The Winner Takes It All
“The winner takes it all, the loser’s standing small, beside the victory, that’s her destiny” : neatly sums up the […]
Losing control with a new-born
I knew from a very young age that I wanted children. I came from a large family and loved that […]
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 […]