Her expertise is really invaluable and readily available
Gina is very pleasant to deal with and knows her stuff.
Gina's experience is highly regarded in society and she is highly respected in the legal fraternity. This is a reflection of her extensive knowledge and expertise. She is known to add value to the business of individuals and companies.
Gina has taken the time to understand our business and remain closely connected to us. Her goal is always to protect us.
Very skilled attorney who gets results for her clients
Her knowledge and approach to clients is perfect.
Really friendly and takes the time to explain the nuances of all legal matters.
A premier lawyer in real estate in Cayman, Gina Berry is a highly skilled and experienced real estate lawyer, who has excellent communication skills and is very honest, punctual and solutions oriented.
Gina Berry is known as an excellent lawyer in the space of property conveyancing and one of the top lawyers locally in this area.
Highly professional and dependable
Gina joined Collas Crill in 2020 to head the Cayman Property Team bringing with her a wealth of experience.
Her name in the legal community is synonymous with the highest quality in client care. Gina’s brand of excellence is well known especially in the Cayman Islands, which she has called home for more than 20 years. She maintains an unblemished reputation for accurately getting the job done, listening to and caring for her clients, seamlessly navigating tight timelines, bringing additional value to transactions and exceeding clients’ expectations.
Gina’s breadth of experience includes Conveyancing and Real Property Law, Probate and Estate Administration, Planning and Development law, Corporate and Commercial Law. She represents many of Cayman’s “Class A” Banks and also conducts a full real estate practice servicing a wide range of international and local clients.
Gina is Chair of the Human Tissue Transplant Council, a Director of the Civil Aviation Authority, a member of the Maritime Sector Consultative Committee and the Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association. She is also a Notary Public.
Banks today face an ever increasing raft of challenges, both regulatory and commercial, as well as competition for deals from non-bank lenders and alternative funders. We provide our banking clients with a comprehensive service on- and off-transaction, including our plain English precedents for their business. We help our clients keep up with the changing landscape in order to remain competitive in the market place whilst delivering quality service to their own customers. Our clients focus on relationship banking and we work hard to support them in doing so. We also advise P2P lenders and invoice discounters on their lending and security arrangements, and their documentation.
At Collas Crill, our commercial property team includes some of the most highly regarded offshore commercial property lawyers. Our team is recognised and cited for its experience, commercial approach, exceptional service standards and its ability to deliver in a fast and efficient manner. Across Guernsey, Jersey and the Cayman Islands we have been involved in many of the most significant commercial property transactions of the last decade. We handle all aspects of commercial freehold and leasehold real estate, acting for both landlord and tenant, buyer and seller. We have the experience to guide you through every stage of a transaction with absolute confidence.
Offshore vehicles are used for a huge range of purposes either standing alone or as part of large multi-jurisdictional structures. Our highly commercial team specialises in advising clients on the most effective uses of such vehicles and their on-going operation, including normal and cellular companies as well as foundations, unit trusts, limited partnerships and limited liability partnerships. Our experienced team also provides commercial contracts for clients whether bespoke documents to effect specific transactions or suites of precedent documents for company service providers or offshore groups.
When executors, family or friends of a deceased need to get access to assets held by their loved one, they may be asked to produce a document commonly referred to as a 'grant of probate'. A grant of probate means that an individual is given the right, by the relevant court, to deal with a deceased's estate. The deceased may have left a will or may have died intestate (without a will). It might be the case that probate has already been obtained in another jurisdiction and that a separate grant of probate needs to be obtained in Guernsey or Jersey. This can be an unfamiliar and stressful process. At Collas Crill we have many years' experience in making these types of applications. We are able to assist in simply obtaining the grant of probate, can arrange release and payment of the Channel Island assets to the relevant person, or deal with the full administration of an estate depending on your requirements.
At Collas Crill we take a hands-on approach, working in close collaboration with our clients, their advisers and other legal professionals to ensure every deal and transaction is managed to successful completion. Regardless of the prevailing economic and market conditions our goal is to minimise the risks and drive maximum value for our clients in every property transaction. Our property specialists have the local knowledge and expertise to not only offer top quality advice on all commercial and residential transactions, but to give meaningful opinions and anticipate challenges and opportunities at every stage of the process.
Property law can be a complex, daunting and emotional experience for many individual buyers and sellers. Feeling an emotional tie to your new or prospective property, your 'home', is inevitable. When buying or selling property you need a strong, dependable team that knows the market inside and out. We offer top quality advice and successfully anticipate the unique challenges and opportunities you are likely to face. We believe that communication and responsiveness is the key to a stress-free experience which is why we're always on hand to listen, offer assistance and pick up the phone to keep you informed at every stage of a transaction.
Planning for the future is something that people often don't like to think about however it is one of the most important things that you should do during your lifetime. Whether you need simple Wills put in place or more complex estate structuring, our experienced and approachable team can help you organise and plan your affairs for the immediate and longer term future. We work hard to guide you through any issues of concern to ensure that you reach a position where you feel reassured that you are clear as to what will happen to your assets, and the ones you leave behind, in the future.
Managing wealth, asset preservation, planning for succession and inheritance, and writing wills can be a complex and difficult experience. It's important to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes and your family and successors lifestyles are maintained. We have experts in a number of jurisdictions to assist with wills, succession planning, inheritance matters and probate.
Collas Crill's teams in the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands have received another strong set of results in the Legal 500 directory. This year the firm has moved up...
Collas Crill has expanded its property practice in Cayman with the appointment of Alistair Wade as senior associate. With more than 10 years' working in the real estate...
Collas Crill has launched a summer internship programme in Cayman to offer school students an insight into working life at a law firm. The annual paid internship programme...
Property transactions in Cayman can now be funded in cryptocurrency through Parallel Limited, which has obtained its VASP registration from CIMA. CEO of Parallel Limited...
Collas Crill's BVI and Cayman teams are once again recognised in the 2022 Chambers Global Guide, a global directory of top lawyers and law firms compiled through in-depth...
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands (the Court) has recently held that where a lacuna existed in the applicable law, the Court's broader supervisory jurisdiction over the...
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