Collas Crill has appointed Senior Associate Chloë Whitmore to its international private client and trusts (IPCT) team in Guernsey.
Chloë has significant experience in Guernsey law, having qualified as a Guernsey advocate 25 years ago. She joins the firm following more than 20 years at Carey Olsen.
Chloë specialises in advising clients on estate planning, preparing wills and administering estate and guardianships, as well as trusts, their creation and management. She is a full member of STEP with Trust Estate Practitioner (TEP) designation. She is also a member of the Guernsey Bar.
On joining the firm, Chloë said: 'It is very exciting to be joining a dynamic and thriving private client team which has as its core values excellence and client satisfaction while providing forward-thinking ideas, infrastructure and support to its staff to achieve the very best results.'
Guernsey head of IPCT Angela Calnan said: 'Chloë will be an invaluable addition to the team – not only is she a great fit for Collas Crill, her know-how and experience allows us to further develop our services and offer more for clients.'
'We are a multi award-winning team and now one of the largest of its kind in Guernsey. I'm really delighted to welcome another high-calibre lawyer to add strength in depth as our growth story continues.'