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Diana Rodriguez

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Diana is a Guernsey Advocate advising trustees, beneficiaries and settlors on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious trust, foundation and private client matters. She also advises the trustees and administrators of pension and employee share incentive schemes.

Background and experience

Diana advises trustees, beneficiaries and settlors on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious trust, foundation and private client matters. She has advised on the creation and reorganisation of trusts and foundations in both familial and corporate contexts. On the contentious side, she has advised trustees and beneficiaries on a variety of issues, including in relation to capacity, insolvency and vulnerability to asset tracing.

Diana has a particular interest in advising on pensions, having participated in the technical sub-committee of the Guernsey Association of Pension Providers, and advising charities.

Prior to qualifying as a lawyer, Diana worked for various international human rights organisations in Latin America and Europe. She holds degrees in politics and development from Cambridge University and the London School of Economics. She studied the Graduate Diploma in Law with Bournemouth University and the Legal Practice Course with the University of Law.

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2019 - England and Wales
2022 - Guernsey

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