Kate Garraway’s heart-breaking story and why making a Lasting Power of Attorney should be at the top of your to do list
Kate Garraway’s heart-breaking story of her husband Derek’s year-long battle with Covid has been made even more complicated by the lack of legal protection […]
Predatory Marriage; new law in Canada offers hope
A proposed change in the law in Canada may be a sign of hope to a campaign in England & […]
Children in care: what are the types of placement during care proceedings?
More and more children go into care each year for a variety of reasons. This can be due to neglect, […]
Inheritance Act claims – If you miss the boat, there may not be another!
In the recent case of Wickham v Riley  EWHC 3711 (Fam), the High Court allowed a claimant to issue […]
New partner one of five appointments at Ridley & Hall
Laura Milburn is the latest partner to be appointed at Ridley & Hall in Leeds, having been promoted from associate […]
Do you need an assessment for NHS Continuing Healthcare?
NHS Continuing Healthcare is the name given to the funding and support which the NHS is legally required to provide […]
How to act puuurrrrfectly in Court: Dos and Don’ts
The Ridley & Hall Family Team WhatsApp group has been brilliant this week. Have you seen the video on social […]
Will Disputes: Who Pays?
Legal costs and who pays them in will disputes; this is not a topic that many people get excited about. […]
Getting rid of the stigma: What is the law around Sexual Abuse?
Abuse seems to be an underlying theme in many child and family cases. It is something that we as professionals […]
Local Authority Intervention: When to Seek Legal Advice
The Local Authority is an organisation that is officially responsible for all the public services and facilities in a particular […]