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Category: Trusts

by Ridley&Hall in Holly Thurlbeck, Trusts, Wills posted October 10, 2023.

The Rules of Intestacy: Why Making a Will is Essential

The rules of intestacy are governed by the Law of England and Wales and outline how an estate should be […]

by Ridley&Hall in Gareth Jones, Trusts, Wills posted April 19, 2023.

My Will is valid. How then can my last wishes be ignored?

You may find it hard to believe but it’s true – sometimes despite having a valid Will, your wishes can […]

by Ridley&Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, Sarah Young, Trust disputes, Trusts posted March 15, 2023.

Mothers and Daughters….

With Mother’s Day not far away, the shops are full of gifts and cards. But some mother/daughter relationships can unravel […]

by Ridley&Hall in adoptive parents, Lucy Pickles, Trusts, Wills posted November 17, 2022.

How best to make provision for your adopted child in your Will

At Ridley & Hall, we provide specialist advice to adoptive families on a range of issues such as Wills. Many […]

by Ridley&Hall in James Urquhart-Burton, Trust disputes, Trusts, Wills posted September 15, 2022.

What duties do trustees have towards the beneficiaries of a trust?

Trustee noun. A person having a nominal title to property that he holds for the benefit of one or more […]

by Ridley&Hall in Sophie Aldridge, Trust disputes, Trusts, Wills posted August 23, 2022.

Changes to the Trust Register – What Does This Mean for Existing Trusts?

What is a Trust? A trust is a way of managing assets, such as money or land, to protect and […]

Problematic Personal Representatives – Executors who aren’t doing their job

Being an executor of someone’s will comes with a lot more responsibility than many people think. From administering an estate […]

by Ridley&Hall in Helen Webster, Jill Waddington, Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Victoria Ridge, Wills posted August 14, 2020.

A Change Will Come!

In the midst of the current Coronavirus pandemic, and the uncertainty of the future, more and more people have decided […]

What happens to your adopted children if you die without a Will

In January 2018 The Independent published a survey from MacMillan Cancer Support. The article began “Nearly two thirds of adults […]

Financial Abuser Avoids Repayment

It was widely reported in the press recently that Yvonne Davies, who stole around £115,000 from her aunt between 2013 […]



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