Appointment contributes to Carey Olsen’s trust and personal wealth practice in Jersey – family and marriage
Appointment contributes to Carey Olsen’s Trusts and Private Wealth Practice in Jersey
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Carey Olsen has appointed will and inheritance specialist Elizabeth Le Guillou as a Senior Associate in her Jersey Trusts and Private Wealth Practice.
Elizabeth has rejoined the firm after previously serving in both the trusts and personal wealth and dispute resolution teams between 2006 and 2014. Elizabeth has been a Jersey attorney since 1993 and has developed a broad practice with particular experience in wills, succession and estate planning and inheritance. She was admitted to the Jersey bar in 2007 and qualified as a Jersey notary in 2004.
Before returning to Carey Olsen, Elizabeth worked in a senior position for the Jersey State Police. During this time she qualified as a data protection officer and for a local law firm.
Siobhan Riley, Partner and Head of Jersey Trusts and Private Wealth Practice, said, “I am delighted that Elizabeth is returning to Carey Olsen. She is a highly respected Jersey attorney and has worked in the local trusts and private Area enjoys an excellent reputation. Your extensive knowledge and experience, especially in the areas of wills and inheritance, will be a valuable addition to the overall offering of our team. “
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