Divorce diva Ayesha Vardag was profiled in The Vintage Magazine, with the piece focusing on her experience at the top of family law. The magazine wrote “Ayesha’s academic past and varied legal career coupled with personal experience is what has helped her to set Vardags apart from the rest. Ayesha offers her clients a different experience of matrimonial law given her City based deal orientating negotiating skills, hard hitting litigation experience and her dual-qualification as both solicitor and barrister of the Inner Temple.”
The magazine also celebrated the firm’s work, explaining “Vardags attracts cases for and against both high profile, celebrity and royal/aristocratic clients but also successful city entrepreneurs and city professionals. Many involve an international element, in the context of resident non domiciled status in the UK in its capacity as an on-shore tax haven, and can be extremely complex. The firm has pioneered with former McKinsey and former INSEAD commercial consultants (under Stephen Bence) to shed light on both the complicated structures and company valuations in order to provide crucial insight into the financial aspects of a divorce at the highest level.”
The article concluded by explaining the role that Ayesha had in the seminal case of Radmacher v Granatino, from which prenups gained legal status in England.