There are several world class law firms in the Cayman Islands that can provide expert legal advice on both local and international family matters.
Whether you’re seeking a divorce, settling custody issues, or working through another family law issue, selecting the right family law attorney is key to achieving the ideal outcome.
During the process, your lawyer becomes your trusted partner who takes on board your needs and moves your case forward. As such, there are a few things to keep in mind when selecting the right family law attorney:
- Find someone you can trust and communicate with. Due to the nature of family law, you will likely have to disclose some very personal details with your attorney and will also be in frequent communication. Meet and speak with the attorney you are considering, and ask questions like: Does the attorney have experience with cases similar to yours? Do they explain things and answer your questions in a way that makes sense to you? Do you feel like you can trust this person?
- Demand expertise and experience. The same way you wouldn’t go to a general practitioner for specialised medical attention, you should seek expert advice and service from attorneys who concentrate on family law.
- Be realistic. While family law matters can be distressing for the individual, it is important to remember it is a legal process. Your attorney’s role is to represent their client to the best of their ability and this is made easier when their client focusses on the big picture, without getting caught up in negotiating over material and largely inconsequential things.
The following attorneys and law firms can assist on all issues pertaining to family law in the Cayman Islands. Contact them for advice on matters such as Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements, Divorce, Child Arrangements, Division of Assets, Child or Spousal Maintenance, Domestic & Child Abuse, Wills and more.
Travers Thorp Alberga
A boutique Cayman Islands and BVI's law firm specilising in highly technical structuring involving complex securities and regulatory issues.