Rhoddy Voremberg

Partner

Rhoddy Voremberg

Contact details

Accreditations

  • Chambers UK, 2016
  • Legal 500, 2015

Career

Trained at Burges Salmon (and qualified in 1980). Rhoddy was a partner at Wilsons in Salisbury from 1985 to 2010 and senior partner there from 2002 to 2005. He joined Farrer & Co as a partner in 2010.

Education

Magdalene College, Cambridge (MA, Classics & Law).

Memberships

The Tax Committee of the Estates Business Group, Taxation and Political Committee of the Historic Houses Association, Committee of the Land Trusts Association, and STEP. Rhoddy is a trustee of the Stanley Picker Charitable Trust and a member of the Council Investment Committee and Finance and General Purposes Committee of the Council of The Royal College of Music.

"His communication skills are a real strength," states one commentator; "he expresses his views very forcefully, but clearly and in a way that clients understand."

Chambers UK

Rhoddy is the head of the firm's private client department and specialises in advising UK-based families and individuals, particularly the owners of landed estates and heritage properties, on planning for succession and capital taxation.

What Chambers High Net Worth Guide says:

"He is incredibly calm, and always seems to know the answer."

"He is recognised as one of the leading private client practitioners in his space, and in my experience that has been borne out. He has an encyclopaedic knowledge of trust law and the related areas."

Who we help

Rhoddy has extensive experience of working with the owners of landed estates on long-term strategic planning both for the financial viability of their estates and for mitigating tax liabilities including all aspects of conditional exemption for heritage properties, land and chattels. He is himself a trustee for several estate-owning families.

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Rhoddy also advises wealthy individuals, old families and owners of family businesses, on planning for succession and mitigating inheritance tax and capital gains tax on transferring assets.

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