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Turks and Caicos Lawyers | Savory & Co.



B.Com., LL.B. (University of Auckland). King's Counsel, Notary Public, Holder of the Patriotic Award of the Turks & Caicos Islands

Areas of practice: Commercial transactions, Companies, Bank lending and collection, Financial services, Development, Real estate

Richard Savory is the principal of the firm, which he founded in 1981, originally in Grand Turk and later in Providenciales. He holds degrees in law and commerce (major in accounting) from the University of Auckland in New Zealand.

He served as President of the Bar Council in the years 1988–1990, 1995–1999, and 2003–2005 and as Vice-President from 2009–2010. He was appointed Acting Judge of the Supreme Court in May 1998.

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LL.B. (King's College London), Lincoln's Inn, London

Areas of Practice: Real estate, tourism, resort, hotel and condominium (construction, operations and transactions), general commercial transactions, bank lending, general construction and development, business establishment and operation, intellectual property, wills and estates.

Emma is a UK citizen who has lived and worked in seven countries, in three regions of the world.  Her diverse international professional and personal experiences enable her to have direct insight into many business, cultural and legal issues for international and local clients that relate to investing, relocating, living and doing business in the Turks and Caicos Islands. 

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Jeanne 2014-10-29 - croppedJEANNE SAVORY
B.A. (University of Auckland), G.D.L. (BPP Law School, London), Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice (University of Westminster, London)

Areas of Practice: Real estate, companies, immigration and business establishment

Jeanne Savory was born in Auckland, New Zealand in 1980 but grew up in Turks & Caicos, getting her secondary and tertiary education in both England and New Zealand. She was admitted as an Attorney of the Turks & Caicos Islands in 2010. Before becoming a lawyer, Jeanne obtained a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and anthropology, and worked for the Turks & Caicos Government as the Providenciales programme officer of the National HIV Prevention Unit, and later as coordinator of the Turks & Caicos AIDS Awareness Foundation, of which she is a past President and remains as a Director.



B.Com. (University of Auckland), G.D.L. (BPP Law School, London), Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice (University of Westminster, London)
Notary Public

Areas of Practice:  Real estate and development, commercial transactions, corporate, bank lending, immigration, wills and estates.

Karen was born in the Turks & Caicos Islands. After obtaining a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, she worked in international branding agencies in Sydney and London for seven years before deciding to make a career in law.

She was admitted as an Attorney of the Turks & Caicos Islands in 2013, following training at BBP Law School, London, and the University of Westminster, London. In ten years of practice Karen has worked in several areas of law, specialising in real estate and immigration, and has served as a member of the Bar Association’s Immigration Committee (2015-16) and Legislative Committee (2015-18).

In her spare time Karen plays an active role in the running of Food for Thought, a Turks & Caicos charity that provides breakfast to children across the Islands, which she and Jeanne started in 2016.