Higgs & Johnson Attorneys Author The Bahamas Chapter of ICLG: Private Client 2019

01/17/2019

Attorneys, Heather L. Thompson and Kamala Richardson, provide a comprehensive overview of common issues in private client laws and regulation within The Bahamas answering insightful questions related to connection factors, taxation, succession planning, trusts and foundations, matrimonial as well as immigration issues, and reporting requirements in the International Comparative Legal Guide to Private Client 2019. The Guide offers corporate counsel and international practitioners a worldwide legal analysis of the laws and regulations of private client work.

You can access the Bahamas chapter of ICLG: Private Client 2019 here.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Higgs & Johnson Of Counsel, Heather Thompson, has extensive experience in international trust and company administration giving her a unique perspective in counselling clients on the creation of trusts and ownership structures. Her practice includes wills, applications for probate, estates administration, foundations, private trust companies, issues in company law and international commercial contracts. She specializes in advising individual clients on estate planning matters.

Higgs & Johnson Associate, Kamala Richardson, specialises in matters relating to trust and company law. Her practice includes the creation and review of trusts, wills, foundations and other wealth planning structures. In addition, she advises clients on all aspects relating to international and domestic commercial transactions and their regulatory requirements. She also advises on matters relative to company formation and corporate governance.

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