Dying Patient’s Own Wishes Determine ‘Best Interests’ Decision

A judge in the Court of Protection has recently ruled that a mentally ill man should not have his leg amputated against his wishes, even though the decision will bring about his death. A 73 year [...]

Lloyds Bank Causing Heartbreak to Widow of Missing Person

The failure of Lloyds TSB to respond to requests for information about the accounts of a missing person may result in his wife being evicted from her home. Kevin Simpson, 53, went missing from [...]

Local Solicitor Shortlisted for Business Award

A Huddersfield solicitor has been shortlisted for a top business award. The Forward Ladies Women in Business Awards recognise the achievements of professional business women throughout the [...]

One in Three British People Born in 2015 ‘Will Develop Dementia’

Today, on World Alzheimers Day, a stark message by the Alzheimer’s Research UK charity has been published in the newspapers warning of the increase in those living with dementia as people live [...]

Law Firm Boosts Commercial Property Team with New Appointment

Award-winning law firm Ridley & Hall is delighted to announce the appointment of solicitor David Amies to lead its Commercial Property team. With over 20 years’ legal experience across a [...]

Protecting Your Facebook Profile on Death

It can be difficult to manage digital assets following the death of the owner. It is a relatively new phenomenon with few established rules. Recognising the problem, Facebook have recently made [...]