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Lessons from a week of wonderful results

It’s been quite a week in our Family Team. We have received these very kind messages from kinship carers in the last week. more...

Grandparents hit jackpot after Christmas shock

On Christmas Eve 2015, *Joan and Harry Castle’s life was turned upside down (not their real names*). After receiving a call from a more...

Bradford has questions to answer to Foster and Kinship carers!

Following the story published in the Bradford paper, Telegraph & Argus in January, Nigel Priestley shows the effect this is having on people's lives. The worry is that more...

Bradford aunt and uncle win battle with Council

A Bradford kinship carer couple win a £7000 battle with Bradford Council. When Bradford Metropolitan District Council approached Mr and Mrs B in 2014 to more...

Nigel Priestley, Senior Partner at Ridley & Hall Solicitors scoops top accolade at the Modern Law Awards

Last night at the Modern Law Awards, Ridley & Hall received fantastic news. Nigel Priestley, Partner and Community Care solicitor won Lawyer of the Year. The Modern Law more...

National and Regional Recognition for Contribution to Family and Adoption Law

Ridley & Hall are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted for two awards at the upcoming Family Law Awards; Regional Firm more...

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I have just experienced the importance of Family and friends care for keeping families together.

Sometimes life throws up remarkable stories. In 2009 I became involved in a case where for complex reasons, the mother was in Calgary, the daughter was in Kampala and the son was in Slaithwaite! A lot happened between then and 2016. A lot of thought, lateral thinking, honesty, small steps, plus imaginative and committed people including Pat Short and Ranjit Uppal lead to Charles going to live with Chelsea in Kampala.

Without kinship care with his aunt in Uganda, Charles might have been left in Huddersfield till he was 18.

Then in late 2016 the family were reunited in Calgary. And I have just been privileged to spend the weekend with them, to hear their story and to remind Charles with the Town shirt that after Calgary, Huddersfield is the only place to be! Sadly Charles is heavily into basketball!

Somewhere along the line the grace of God was much in evidence.
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Looking forward to the Solicitors Journal Awards tomorrow 🙂

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