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Law Archive - Page 26

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Vardags shortlisted for Citywealth Magic Circle Awards 2015

We are delighted to announce that Vardags has been shortlisted in two categories at the Citywealth Magic Circle Awards this year. Selected by a judging panel of experts from the legal and financial disciplines, President Ayesha Vardag has been shortlisted for the ‘Woman of the Year’ award while the firm as a whole has been shortlisted for the... Read More

Vardags holds show-stopping Comic Relief Bake-Off

The Vardags team revealed some hidden talents on Friday when we staged a ‘Bake Off’ in aid of Comic Relief. Organised and compered by paralegal Chloe Wake and executive assistant Joe Maniski-Luke – aka our resident Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood – the turnout for the event was impressive, both in terms of contributors and, literally, the... Read More

Managing Director Catherine Thomas speaks on international child relocation

Vardags Managing Director, Catherine Thomas, has been speaking on Radio 5 Live on the thorny issue of international child relocation. On air in conversation with Adrian Chiles, she discussed “how the law actually stands”, in Chiles’s words, to “clarify this very dark, very grey area.” There has been a notable rise in... Read More

Senior Associate Lois Rogers explains Vardags' childcare policy on BBC Radio 2

Vardags senior associate Lois Rogers has made her media debut on BBC Radio 2. Speaking to presenter Vanessa Feltz, Lois discussed the headline topic of the day: the problem of prohibitive childcare costs. Vanessa discussed the issue with a woman who, despite being well paid, was forced to spend half her income on childcare costs. Lois was... Read More

Director Stephen Bence in Management Today

Dr Stephen Bence has featured in a series of video interviews for Management Today, advising small businesses on cash flow issues. The interviews offer no-nonsense advice on how to tackle common problems that small businesses face, from the perspective of a range of experts in their fields. Stephen’s experience of finance in the legal... Read More

Cayman law students open debate on LGBT issues

  A group of law students in the Cayman Islands is seeking to challenge the status quo by staging a series of lectures on LGBT issues, in particular gay rights. Although the Cayman Islands are a British Overseas Territory, the region is lagging behind the UK in terms of equality and attitudes to sexual minorities. In order to... Read More

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
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