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Law Archive - 2014

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Notes on the 2014 Autumn Statement

There will be a new £90,000 charge for people who are non-domiciled in the UK for tax purposes, but who have lived here for 17 of the past 20 years. This is an increase from the current remittance-based charges, which mean non-domiciles resident in the UK pay £50,000 so they are only taxed on the income that they bring into the UK if they have... Read More

Ayesha and Stephen's Winchester wedding featured in Hello! magazine

In a fitting memento of a momentous occasion, the Winchester wedding of Ayesha Vardag and Stephen Bence has been featured on the glossy pages of Hello! magazine. Poised mid-cake-cutting, Ayesha and Stephen look somewhat mischievous in the photo while wielding the cake knife. The magazine mentions, of course, the ceremonial signing of the postnup,... Read More

Managing Director Catherine Thomas makes Women of the Future shortlist

Securing her place among the foremost female professionals of the moment – and indeed the future – Vardags Managing Director, Catherine Thomas, has been shortlisted for another accolade: in the Professional category at the Women of the Future Awards. These prestigious awards, which operate in association with Shell, are now in their ninth... Read More

Jurisdiction: domicile and habitual residence

One of the questions a solicitor will ask their potential new client in the first meeting is to describe their domicile status and where they are habitually resident. This is an essential question at the start of divorce proceedings, as the English courts do not automatically have the right to deal with a person’s matrimonial affairs,... Read More

Vardags welcome favourable decision from Malaysia’s highest court

Vardags are welcoming news that an application made by Malaysian businessman Tan Sri Khoo Kay Peng – husband to our client Pauline Chai – has been rejected by Malaysia’s Federal Court. Khoo Kay Peng had applied for permission to appeal against the Malaysian Court of Appeal’s decision that the couple’s divorce should not immediately... Read More

Managing Director Catherine Thomas honoured on Welsh list of 35 Women under 35

Hot on the heels of her inclusion on Management Today’s prestigious 35 Women Under 35 list, Vardags Managing Director, Catherine Thomas, has been recognised again among her peers in business. Wales Online has produced its own ‘35 Women Under 35’ to honour the impressive career achievements of young Welsh women. All those honoured were either... Read More

Ayesha Vardag's thoughts on remarriage

When you’ve been living together for five years and you’ve both been married before, when you’ve reached ‘un certain âge’, some might think that remarriage becomes irrelevant. Certainly, for a long time we felt that it was unnecessary, even perilous, that we knew we wanted to stay together and ‘if it... Read More

Vardags makes Halsbury Legal Awards shortlist

In recognition of Vardags’ continuing growth and success, we can proudly announce that the firm has been nominated for yet another award. Halsbury has completed its streamlining process and has shortlisted Vardags in the Award for Business Development category, which seems very fitting given the firm’s commitment to challenging itself and... Read More

Managing Director Catherine Thomas features in Management Today’s '35 under 35' hitlist

“Widely regarded as one of the top divorce lawyers in the country.” Vardags Managing Director, and top international divorce lawyer, Catherine Thomas, led the way as the star of the Sunday Times coverage of Management Today’s '35 businesswomen under 35' hitlist. This list recognises the achievements of the brightest, most ambitious and... Read More

Vardags solicitors enjoy publishing success

Vardags is enjoying something of a publication whirlwind. Several members of the Vardags legal team have produced top quality articles, which have been accepted for publishing by the industry press, meaning that there are to be multiple recipients of Vardags’ prestigious publishing prize. Charlotte Sanders has published two articles in Family... Read More
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