Responsibilities of an RPR – the right role for you?

I recently received a telephone call from an 80 year old lady who was the ‘Relevant Persons Representative’ (RPR) for her daughter. She had no idea of what that role entailed or how she had come [...]

Ridley & Hall celebrated 15 years of SFAC at the Marriott Hotel in Leeds

Saturday, 16 September 2017 SFAC is a small NGO based in Leeds. All over the world, people are caring for children in orphanages, institutions, children’s villages, and large children’s homes; [...]

£1 million Inheritance Tax Allowance – Too good to be true?

On 6th April 2017, a new Inheritance Tax relief was introduced, the Main Residence Nil Rate Band (MRNRB) which may help save Inheritance Tax for families. When a person dies, their estate is [...]

Man with learning disabilities secures damages after Local Authority fail to comply with principles of Mental Capacity Act

A 38 year old man with learning disabilities has been awarded damages of £10,000 after a council failed to provide him with sex education. CH and his wife sought fertility treatment in 2014. The [...]

Meet our Local Admiral Nurse Jacqueline Crowther

Jacqueline has many years of experience working with people living with dementia and their carers. Having previously worked with other hospices to develop hospice enabled dementia care, her [...]

Ridley & Hall shortlisted for The Yorkshire Legal Awards 2017 !

We are very happy to announce that Ridley & Hall has been shortlisted for Partner of the Year – Nigel Priestley, Rising Star – Laura Milburn and Law Firm 1-10 Partners Awards.  

Ridley & Hall raises thousands for local hospice

Ridley & Hall solicitors has raised over £2,000 for local charity Kirkwood Hospice. On 2nd March 2017 a Ladies Night was held at the offices of Ridley & Hall, we have a particular [...]

Late Night Appointments

We understand that due to work commitments it can be difficult to make an appointment to see a lawyer, when you are experiencing family problems which can be both very emotional and stressful. [...]

Dispelling the myths of the Court of Protection

It’s a fair assumption that unless you’ve been involved in a case in the Court of Protection, you may never have heard of it. After all, the cases which are heard in the Court of Protection are [...]

Ridley & Hall publishes Newsletter issue 17

Take a read of this edition to find out what awards Ridley & Hall have been shortlisted for, meet the public law team and find out more about the work they do, and if you require their [...]

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