About Us

Dedication, commitment and excellence. 

 

These are the watchwords of RONALD DOWLATH – ATTORNEYS AT LAW.

 

Our aim is to aid our clients to achieve their goals within the confines of law. With our experience and knowledge, we are confident that we explore every legal option available to our clients in fulfilling our obligation.


We are a general practice law firm specializing in Civil practice, namely:

  1. Conveyancing – Our ability in advising on the best conveyance/transfer/assignment to suit our clients is well known. Our ability to conduct transactions in the most efficient manner to minimise liability for Stamp Duty is proven from time to time. Mr. Dowlath has been a member of the panel of Attorneys at law for the Trinidad and Tobago Mortgage Finance Company (TTMF) since 2005.

  2. Probate and Estate Planning – We prepare and complete Applications for Probate and Letters of Administration in a timely basis. We advise our clients on the preparation of their last Will and Testament in a manner to fulfil their expressed wishes.

  3. Family Law - Our expertise in advising on the outcome of Divorce Petitions is well established. Our advice on Applications for Property Adjustment Orders and Applications relating to Children is given in the context of the principle that the welfare of the child is of paramount importance.

  4. Taxation - We have one of the most experienced tax lawyers available having been a Senior State Council at the Inland Revenue Department, retiring after 17 years. We advise on Income Tax, Value Added Tax and Corporation Tax matters.

  5. Litigation - Our experience and range of expertise in litigious matters can be seen from a sample of the Cases we have appeared in over the years. We leave no stone unturned to achieve success for our clients. Our expertise in land matters, running down actions and property settlements are well established. We also appear with our clients and advise at Mediation Sessions and Judicial Settlement Conferences. We recommend Alternative Dispute Resolution methods be exhausted before embarking on contested Trials before the Courts.