With extensive onshore and offshore experience, our lawyers offer advice on all corporate, fiduciary and commercial matters on an international basis. Across all industry sectors.

We regularly advise on domestic and cross-border transactions.  Whether transactional work or implementation issues, we provide clients with hands-on support.

Clients include organisations of all sizes, domestic and international. Listed companies, start-ups and closely held family businesses.  We also represent private individuals with corporate interests.

Other clients include buyers and sellers of companies or businesses, parties to joint ventures, corporate restructurings and mergers. We also advise on shareholder relationships, private equity and partnerships of all kinds.

We are experienced in dealing with investment in the Turks and Caicos Islands, including applications to Invest TC, the Turks and Caicos Islands Government and all other government offices that are stakeholders in the investment process. Similarly, in respect of financial services sector licensing and regulation.

We are often co-counsel to international law firms – providing Turks and Caicos legal support as part of cross-border international transactions and assisting with the implementation of corporate structures led by home jurisdiction requirements.

We provide outsourced “in-house” counsel services to some of the largest businesses in the Turks and Caicos Islands and provide corporate governance support to the growing businesses in this jurisdiction.

As necessary, we also assist our clients to navigate the processes and procedures related to immigration matters, business licensing, importation and other necessary permitting needs for sector-specific requirements.

Our affiliate, Stanbrooks Corporate Services Ltd, offers incorporation services and other company management services.  These include a full registered agent and office services, company secretarial services and all mandatory government filings, including assisting with compliance with economic substance requirements.