Sing Whilst You’re Winning – Opera Singer Son Follows His Dream by Securing University Fees From Father’s Estate

The recent case of Taylor v Bell & Anor 2015 shows that the court has unfettered discretion when it comes to varying orders that have already been agreed between the parties in Inheritance [...]

Guardianship Law for Missing People a Step Closer

In news that will delight campaigners, the Ministry of Justice announced on 23rd March that it will support new legislation in the next parliament to help relatives of missing people to safeguard [...]

Ridley & Hall Leading the Way on Becoming Dementia Friendly

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement last month that over 1 million Dementia Friends have been signed up in England and Wales as part of the Alzheimers Society’s initiative and [...]

Ridley & Hall is Recruiting a New Legal Costs / Billing Clerk

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Legal Costs / Billing Clerk in a busy department where the suitable candidate will work closely with the team supervisor. The successful candidate will [...]

The Challenge of Violent Adopted Children and Adoption Breakdown and Care Courts

The challenges facing adoptive parents have been highlighted by a Report on the Today Programme on Radio 4 on Friday 20th March and by the comments of a judge in Brighton on an adoption breakdown [...]

Ridley & Hall is Recruiting a New Commercial Property Lawyer

Are you looking for that next step in your career? We are looking for a dynamic and motivated commercial property lawyer to join a long established, forward thinking firm. The successful [...]

Attorneys Behaving Badly

Britain has an aging population. The latest figures show that there are an estimated 850,000 people in the UK living with dementia. In 2013 figures provided to the Alzheimer’s Society show that [...]

“Overbearing” Mother of Schizophrenic Man Criticised by Judge

A judge has found that a mother used undue influence to compel her mentally ill son to refuse medical treatment. Last week Mrs Justice Hogg declared that a decision made by the man to refuse [...]

Big Money Case Makes Headlines Again

The Supreme Court has just delivered a judgment in another big money case which, on the face of it, would seem to fly in the face of the other case reported recently, of Wright v Wright, where [...]

Ever Seen the Ads Promising to Buy Your Property Regardless of Price, Area or Condition? Caution Advised!

A property owner needing to sell property fast may ‘take a punt’ of achieving an early sale in the traditional way before resorting to the perceived ‘fast’ methods of sale. This can include a [...]

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