Making a Will in the Cayman Islands
With due care and attention, it should be possible to minimize the possibility of challenges to the validity of the will on each of these grounds under Cayman Islands law.
Sulekha began her legal career as a paralegal with a local boutique practice, where she gained in-depth and invaluable experience, especially in all areas of Cayman general practice. She joined Hampson and Company in May 2014 first as an articled clerk, and subsequently as an attorney upon her admission to the Cayman Islands Bar. Since her admission, Sulekha has become well regarded as an associate attorney, initially assisting with the firm’s busy civil litigation and matrimonial practice, and subsequently building her own practice in transactional work.
Sulekha has an expertise in corporate, immigration, employment and real estate law, areas in which she excels. She regularly provides advice in these areas relating to real estate and mortgage transactions, immigration, employment, estates and trusts, Wills, and corporate matters including licensing, complex share structures and liquidations.
Sulekha works closely with our firm’s matrimonial team, finding solutions to assist with immigration, real estate and estate matters following divorces and children disputes.
Sulekha was appointed to the Labour Tribunal from 1 November 2020 to 31 July 2021.
She is an active member of the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman and is appointed to the board of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.
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