Family Law

If you are dealing with divorce, separation or other family law issues, you’re not alone. A wide variety of family justice services may help you get information and resolve issues without going to court. Family law is about relationships and rights within families. It includes marriage and common-law, divorce and separation, child custody and access, birth and adoption, and support payment matters.

Administrative Law

Are you dealing with the body of law that regulates the operation and procedures of government agencies? Government agency action can include rulemaking, adjudication, the enforcement of specific regulatory agenda, constitutional considerations, acquisition of jurisdiction, procedural fairness, discretionary powers, and public & private law remedies against governmental action.

Personal Injury

Are you suffering from a physical injury that was inflicted in an accident or as a result of a medical incident? Do you require care and assistance? If so you may be entitled to compensation. Physical injuries do not only affect you but also the people around you. Our personal injury team has been working with clients for over 30 years, finding solutions for the significant economic and lifestyle disruptions that accidents bring. Whether the injuries arise from motor vehicle collisions, medical malpractice, slips and falls, or someone else’s negligence, we can help with professionalism, skill, and compassion.

Corporate Law

Do you have questions and concerns about the formation and operations of corporations? Our corporate law team can help with the incorporation of companies, directors and shareholders rights, articles of association, board meetings, secretarial matters and the public listing or delisting of companies. Also, our team can advise businesses on partnerships, publicly & privately held companies, business start-ups on their numerous legal rights, responsibilities, and obligations.

Insurance Law

Are you struggling with the regulations of business insurance, the content of insurance policies, or the regulation of claim handling? Our resources provide you with the legal principles governing insurance law, all background information on the industry, and all new developments. There are many misconceptions about the insurance industry despite the important role that insurance law plays in regulating so many areas of our lives. We provide representation for a number of major insurers and offer services in a variety of insurance litigation matters.

Medical Malpractice

If a doctor, hospital or other healthcare professional provided you with substandard care by failing to properly treat you, diagnose your condition, advise you of treatment risks or provide appropriate care resulting in serious injuries, we can help. Treatment providers carry insurance that covers claims brought by patients. When doctors act carelessly, the results can be catastrophic for the patient. It is not surprising, then, that damage awards in medical malpractice cases are among the largest of all personal injury cases. Damages may include medical expenses, physical pain and suffering, emotional distress, lost wages, decreases in earning potential, punitive damages, as well as compensation for partial or complete impairment.

Local Practice

Immigration

Immigration Law refers to the national statutes, regulations, and legal precedents governing immigration into and deportation from a country. Are you struggling with permanent residency or work permit disputes, call us today!

Real Estate

In the Cayman Islands our real estate and development team advises on the development of properties, residential land, strata title, commercial building, shopping centre’s. golf courses and hotels. Our clients include multi-national corporations with extensive real estate holdings, privately-held property developers, hoteliers and international financiers.

Licensing

Licensing in the Cayman Islands is to enable the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (“CIMA”) to, amongst other things, approve or deny applicants for registration or licensing as directors and retain detailed information on directors for the purposes of both assisting overseas regulatory authorities and carrying out its own regulatory functions.