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Mission Statement

“to provide the highest level of legal services in our field of expertise, delivered with the utmost professionalism, expediency and confidentiality”

ABOUT JN. PAUL SAMUEL & CO. CHAMBERS

We are a legal firm committed to providing an excellent, cost effective and timely service to all of our clients. Our Attorneys are both British and Caribbean-trained, and are experienced in a wide range of legal services locally, regionally and internationally.

We provide sound, traditional legal services, as well as ensuring that we are kept abreast of all the changes in legislation. This ensures that our clients benefit from all potential options available in their legal pursuits.

Our fundamental difference is our ability to customize the service offered to each individual client. This way we have created a one-stop service for our clients which we refer to as our ‘concierge services’. This simply means that we have made it our duty to ensure that all information and requirements related to your matter will be made available to you as we anticipate your need and are committed to ensuring your complete satisfaction in the services we provide.

 

Professional ethics are essential to our firm and we therefore endeavour to work to the highest level of professionalism and confidentiality given the nature of our services.

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Testimonials

Awesome Caribbean Weddings started using the services of Jn. Paul-Samuel & Co. Chambers for our marriage license applications in January 2011 and switching to this law firm was absolutely the right decision for us, we are extremely pleased with the...

Practice Areas

  • Corporate Services
  • Debt collection
  • Employment Law
  • Family Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Land law
  • Marriage Licences
  • Mortgage Loan
  • Real Estate

And Many More!

Latest News

Effective June 14th 2012, all persons making interest payment to non-residents should deduct withholding tax at a rate of 15% from these payments in accordance with the Third Schedule of the Income Tax Act Cap 15.02.

The tax deducted should be...