Ridley & Hall Publishes Newsletter Issue 14

We are pleased to announce that the 14th issue of News & Views has been published. It can be viewed electronically below. Ridley & Hall Newsletter – Issue 14 from Ridley & Hall [...]

Dementia Myth Buster

Dementia is a medical condition that causes confusion for those diagnosed and for their carers and loved ones. There are many myths out there about the condition and also what it means in [...]

When Should You Review Your Will?

It is always important to have a Will but it is equally important to review your Will. At Ridley & Hall we always recommend that you review your Will every couple of years to ensure it still [...]

New Year, New Will (and Don’t Forget Your LPA!)

So the decorations are down, the diets have started (and possibly finished!) and your New Year’s resolutions have been made. But when you were thinking about the coming year ahead, was getting [...]

Dispute Over Control of Elderly Father’s Finances Ends up in Court

When family members disagree about who should look after the finances of their vulnerable relative, the court may be more inclined to appoint a professional to act as a deputy, as a recent Court [...]

New Year Resolution for Adopters – Make a Will!

I sat with Alison as we talked about her 19 year old son. She was in despair about his behaviour and the way he was treating her and her husband. He had been adopted at 6 years old but his [...]

New Year’s Resolutions

With the New Year come resolutions to improve our lives. These can range from buying membership at the local gym to making more life-changing decisions. Family departments in law firms across the [...]