Category: Jill Waddington
Problematic Personal Representatives – Executors who aren’t doing their job
Being an executor of someone’s will comes with a lot more responsibility than many people think. From administering an estate […]
A Change Will Come!
In the midst of the current Coronavirus pandemic, and the uncertainty of the future, more and more people have decided […]
DYI Will Vs Professional Will
Let’s start this question with some questions… If you were not a builder would you build your own home for […]
Lockdown – use the time to get your affairs sorted!
Let’s all make use of this time that we have been given and get our affairs in order. Wills and […]
Keep control: Your Life in Their Hands
Here at Ridley & Hall we believe it is important for people to put provisions in place to ensure their […]
Lasting Powers of Attorney… all you ever wanted to know, but were afraid to ask!
Ridley & Hall is frequently approached by people wanting to put Wills in place because they are worried about what […]
Ridley & Hall talk to the Wetherby Men’s Forum
Private Client solicitors Jill Waddington and Victoria Maude were delighted to be invited by Matthew Taylor, Director of Taylor Financial […]
£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 […]
Wills – Reforming the law for the Twenty-First Century
Much of the law that applies to wills in this country was made in 1837. Time for a review perhaps? […]
Prepare for the Worst and Hope for the Best
Every three minutes one person in the UK is diagnosed with Dementia. (https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/info/20027/news_and_media/541/facts_for_the_media) Of course, no one likes to think […]