Mulberry House Law announce they have opened a new office in Kingstown, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, in the Caribbean.
The UK-based company has been working with law firms in the Caribbean over the last few years and have now opened a new office Mulberry House Law SVG.
The company in SVG are led by director, former Supreme Justice Ianthea Leigertwood-Octave and in UK by the directors of Mulberry House Group.
Ianthea Leigertwood-Octave is a Vincentian-born jurist who has been an Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Judge. Since 2007, she has been a High Court Judge of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, with jurisdiction over St. Kitts and Nevis.
Supported by a global resource of senior legal professionals, Mulberry House Law SVG will offer clients in the Caribbean, the high standard of legal and professional services that they have been providing for many years to their global clients
Announcing the new opening Mulberry House law UK said, “The Caribbean is a wonderful and exciting environment for our business, where we can see many ways that we can assist and develop new client’s needs”
UK director Brian Morrison said “if you can think of a very large office full of many of the professions best, and they are there at your disposal, then that is what our clients have access to everyday”
The services offered will be bespoke to the Caribbean client, but with the addition of offering a large resource of top professionals globally.
2016 will see a year of expansion as Mulberry House Finance and Mulberry House Property look to joining the legal team with new and dynamic products and support for Caribbean clients.
We invite clients old and new to contact Ianthea and the team who will be delighted to assist you and your situation, and be supported by one of the largest global professional networks.