Parent Companies

Coverdale Trust Services Ltd. is affiliated with two prominent Caribbean law firms: O’Neal Webster and Myers Fletcher and Gordon, both members of the prestigious Lex Mundi group of law firms.

O'Neal Webster

O'Neal Webster is a full service commercial and litigation law firm based in the British Virgin Islands committed to providing quality service to its clients. The firm is a member firm of Lex Mundi, the world's largest association of independent law firms.

The firm was originally formed in 1990. The Partners of the firm are highly regarded locally and internationally and have lectured at international conferences and served as judges, magistrates, presidents of the Bar Association, presidents of Rotary, tutors at the national college, chairpersons and members of many Government committees and other civic and professional organizations.

Their legal team provides our clients with a wide range of legal solutions in commercial law in relation to transactional work, BVI real estate development, trusts and estate planning, offshore company formation and administration, mutual funds and intellectual property.

Their litigation team offers our international and domestic clients comprehensive advice and experienced representation in a wide range of commercial matters involving BVI corporations.

For more information, please visit the law firm website at www.onealwebster.com.


Myers Fletcher & Gordon

Myers Fletcher & Gordon is the largest law firm in Jamaica and has offices in the capital, Kingston. Their client base includes a wide range of both local and international clients with interests in the Caribbean. The Partners are highly regarded both locally and internationally. The firm is a member of Lex Mundi. Clients wishing to know more about the services offered by Myers Fletcher & Gordon are invited to visit their web site at www.myersfletcher.com.

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COVERDALE COVID 19 VIRUS RESPONSE

UPDATE APRIL 2, 2020

On April 1, 2020, the government of the BVI announced an extension of its initial curfew ending 6:00am Thursday April 2, 2020. There will be a limited curfew from April 2-4 to permit residents to shop for essentials and conduct banking. A 24 hour curfew will commence 6pm Saturday April 4 and run until the end of the day Thursday April 16, 2020. Businesses and government offices will continue to operate remotely to the extent possible. However, some services will not be available during this period.

Key Coverdale staff will be serving clients remotely. We will be able to submit applications and requests to the Registry of Corporate Affairs electronically. We will not be able to conduct litigation searches.

We thank you for your understanding and patience during this time.

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COVERDALE COVID 19 VIRUS RESPONSE

UPDATE APRIL 2, 2020

 

 

On April 1, 2020, the government of the BVI announced an extension of its initial curfew ending 6:00am Thursday April 2, 2020.  There will be a limited curfew from April 2-4 to permit residents to shop for essentials and conduct banking.  A 24 hour curfew will commence 6pm Saturday April 4 and run until the end of the day Thursday April 16, 2020.  Businesses and government offices will continue to operate remotely to the extent possible.  However, some services will not be available during this period.

 

Key Coverdale staff will be serving clients remotely.  We will be able to submit applications and requests to the Registry of Corporate Affairs electronically.  We will not be able to conduct litigation searches.

 

We thank you for your understanding and patience during this time.