Our firm

We are a well-established law firm in the British Virgin Islands with an unsurpassed track record of providing superior service to local and international clients, with particular emphasis on corporate & finance, trusts, funds, real estate, admiralty, commercial litigation, and corporate restructuring and insolvency.

From our offices in the BVI, London, and New York City, our experienced team of lawyers provides insightful and practical advice to assist clients in achieving their legal and strategic objectives, collaborating where necessary with international teams of lawyers and other professionals in global jurisdictions to deliver the best value.

O’Neal Webster is a member firm of Lex Mundi, the world’s largest network of independent law firms, extending our worldwide capabilities. We are also a member of World Services Group (WSG), a global non-profit membership association whose members are leading local, national, and international providers of professional business services in countries around the world.

Our commitment to providing the best quality service to our clients is at the core of our existence.

This site is designed to inform you about the services we offer and we invite you to browse through our site and contact us for further information.

[Kerry Anderson] understands what the client wants.Chambers Global, 2018.

 Vanessa King is a well-respected lawyer, “very bright, personable and knowledgeable.” Sources also remark on her extensive experience in domestic BVI transactions. Chambers Global, 2018.

“The BVI trust industry owes a lot to” Christopher McKenzie (London). “[H]e is vastly experienced and has been a big advocate and proponent for the BVI.” “He has a very comprehensive and detailed knowledge of BVI trust law.” “[Chris] is very responsive, knowledgeable and meticulous in his approach to his analysis and delivery. He also ensures that your matter is dealt with in a timely manner.” Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2018

“They are very responsive. They are always very good with follow-ups and communicating and then following through with those timelines”
IFLR1000, 2014