Caljonah is an Associate in the Private Client & Trusts practice in the Bermuda office of Appleby (Bermuda) Limited.
Caljonah´s key areas of practice and in-depth experience include advising on all areas of non-contentious trust matters ranging from advising individuals, corporate trustees and private trust companies on their core duties and responsibilities as trustees, in addition to the drafting, review and restructuring of trust structures (including purpose trusts and unit trusts). She also advises on all non-contentious estate matters, including making applications for probate and reseal applications to the Supreme Court of Bermuda, and the drafting and review of estate planning documents such as trusts, wills, enduring powers of attorney and health care directives for local and international clients. Caljonah also assists in making applications under the charities act of Bermuda for organisations to be registered as charities.
In addition to her practice, Caljonah is recognised by Legal 500 Caribbean as a ‘Rising Star’ in the Trusts/Private Client category. She also contributes regularly to the ‘Legally Speaking’ column in the Bermuda´s Royal Gazette and has written and lectured on trust and estate planning topics, locally and internationally.
Caljonah is a Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public in Bermuda, as well as a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.
- Trusts and issues around digital assets – The Royal Gazette, Legally Speaking – May 2019
- Digital Assets in Bermuda – Trusts & Estates – April 2019
- The value of an Enduring Power of Attorney – The Royal Gazette, Legally Speaking – October 2018
- Bermuda Private Trust Companies- Recent developments – Managers of Wealth – September 2018
- New legal framework for Bermuda charities – The Royal Gazette, Legally Speaking – August 2018
- America´s Cup Event Authority (Bermuda) Ltd., provided ongoing charitable legal advice to the America’s Cup Event Authority (ACEA) in relation to the application of the Charities Act 2014, as it related to its affiliated charitable organization, known as “Endeavour Community Sailing”.
University of Kent (England)
College of Law, Birmingham (England)