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by Ridley&Hall in Contentious probate, Inheritance & will disputes, Sarah Young, Will Disputes posted April 6, 2021.

Mental Capacity and Wills; is the law out of date?

An appeal to the High Court reported in the Daily Mail on 29th March 2021 has brought attention to a […]


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 […]


by Ridley&Hall in Financial Abuse, Sarah Young, Will Disputes posted March 24, 2021.

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 & […]


by Ridley&Hall in Contentious probate, Sarah Young, Trust disputes, Will Disputes, Wills posted January 19, 2021.

Court Decision on Forged Wills; Bad News for Fraudsters

A Judge has made a startling finding in a case about a forged Will which could lead to many more […]


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 […]


It’s a Fake Will; Undue Influence and Wills

A challenge to the validity of a will is often accompanied by a deep sense of moral outrage. That was […]


by Ridley&Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, Sarah Young, Will Disputes posted April 6, 2020.

How to use an injunction in a will dispute: a tale of two sisters, one estate and zero intention to pay

There are times when you need to fight fire with fire. In a dispute over money or a property if […]


by Ridley&Hall in Contentious probate, Inheritance & will disputes, Sarah Young, Will Disputes posted March 31, 2020.

The Will Judge’s Will; Valid or Not?

Lord Templeman was a highly respected High Court judge who laid down the ‘golden rule’ in the 1975 case of […]


Assisted dying and the law; why you can be disinherited for helping a loved one to die

A court case earlier this year has highlighted an astonishingly cruel quirk of the law, where a wife who helped […]


Disabled elderly lady not left enough money in her partner’s Will for a roof over her head

Imagine you (Mary) and your partner (Burt) have lived together for 15 years – you were not married and did […]


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