Carey Olsen has appointed a wills and inheritance specialist as a Senior Associate in its local trusts and private wealth practice.
Elizabeth Le Guillou is rejoining the firm, having previously worked in both the trusts and private wealth and dispute resolution teams between 2006 and 2014.
She has been practising Jersey law since 1993 and qualified as a Jersey notary public in 2004, becoming a Jersey advocate three years later.
Prior to rejoining Carey Olsen, Ms Le Guillou worked in a senior role for the States of Jersey Police, qualifying as a data protection practitioner, as well as for a boutique local law firm.
Siobhan Riley, Partner and Head of the trusts and private wealth practice in Jersey, welcomed her return the firm.
"She is a highly respected Jersey advocate and someone who enjoys a great reputation in the local trusts and private wealth sector," Ms Riley said. "Her extensive knowledge and experience, particular in the areas of wills and inheritance, will be a valuable addition to our team's overall offering."
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