Ridley & Hall Seeking Experienced Family Law Secretary

Due to the recent launch our new Family First service, offering a range of family law support packages aimed at different levels to suit all budgets, we are looking to recruit a family law [...]

Liverpool City Council Fails to Give Adequate Support to 340 Carers

Around 340 carers in the Merseyside area will have their allowances backdated after an investigation by the Local Government Ombudsman (LGO) discovered Liverpool City Council had been underpaying [...]

Court Ruling on Kinship Foster Carers: Lessons for Councils

A recent Court of Appeal decision, as reported in the Guardian, has re-affirmed that there should be no discrimination between related and unrelated foster carers. Rebecca Chapman, a Community [...]

“Whaddya Mean?” – Interpreting a Will

Joan Edward’s Will has received widespread media coverage over the last few days. She passed away last December, aged 90 having bequeathed £520,000 to “whichever government is in office in their [...]

Ridley & Hall Solicitors Shortlisted for the Yorkshire Lawyer Awards 2013

We are delighted to announce that Ridley & Hall have been shortlisted at the forthcoming Yorkshire Lawyer Awards, which will be held at New Dock Hall, Leeds on Wednesday 2nd October. The [...]

Help to Buy Scheme

The most recent budget saw the announcement of the Chancellor’s Help to Buy Scheme which will benefit buyers, particularly first time buyers, purchasing either new build property or established [...]