Unclaimed Pension Credit Reminder

Wednesday 29 February 2012 Up to £2.93 billion of Pension Credit goes unclaimed every year and as many as 1.6 million people could be entitled to this money. People who get Pension Credit are [...]

Huddersfield Solicitors Back Call For New “Presumed Dead” Law

Thursday 23 February 2012 The government has been urged to change the law to make it easier for families of missing people to deal with their affairs. In a report published on 22nd February, the [...]

Land Registry Chief Visits Ridley & Hall

Wednesday 15 February 2012 Ridley & Hall were pleased to welcome Malcolm Dawson OBE, Chief Land Registrar and Chief Executive of Land Registry, to its offices on Friday 10th February 2012. [...]

Love-struck or Love stuck?

Monday 13 February 2012 This Valentine’s Day, don’t let affairs of the heart blind you to the realities of life.  After all, love makes the world go round, so make sure your world doesn’t come to [...]

Whose side are the courts on? Can legislation make shared parenting work?

Wednesday 08 February 2012 When a relationship breaks down, do the Courts take sides when issues of residence or contact have to be sorted out? Some fathers feel that there is a bias to mothers – [...]

Scandal of Pay Day Lending

Friday 03 February 2012 Debt advisers are becoming increasingly concerned about the millions of low earners who are relying on payday lenders to see them through to the end of the month. Payday [...]