Experts in real estate, escrow, commercial, civil, labour and tax law. Our services will provide you the necessary tools to be well informed about of the processes to carry out, depending on your needs.


Foreigners should exercise a higher level of caution and discernment when purchasing property in Mexico. That being said, it should not discourage you from purchasing property in Mexico. It will probably be the best investment that you will make. Nevertheless, as the saying goes, “buyers beware”.

  • Title Search & Due Diligence
  • Escrow Services
  • Real Estate Closing Accompaniment
  • Financing
  • Mortgage and Construction Liens
  • Construction Agreements
  • Beachfront Permits
  • Commercial and Residential Leases
  • Co-Ownership (Condo) Agreements


Registration in Mexico is a 9-step process, which is as follows:

  • Register for payroll tax with the local tax administration (Secretaría de Finanzas del Gobierno del Distrito Federal).
  • After receiving the tax registration number, advise the local government of the opening of a mercantile establishment.
  • Register with National Business Information Registry (Sistema de Información Empresarial).
  • File notice with National Institute of Statistics, Geography and Information.
  • Obtain authorization to use the company name from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores).
  • Sign the incorporation deed before a notary public and obtain a tax registration number.
  • Register the deed in the Public Register of Commerce.
  • Obtain the tax ID number by registering with the Ministry of Finance and Credit (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público).
  • Register with Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), and open individual retirement savings accounts for employees.


Maquiladoras are factories in Mexico that are owned and run by a foreign company. They manufacture the company’s products in Mexico and then export them to other countries. Maquiladoras in Mexico operate under preferential tax and fiscal programs that are administered and established by Mexico and the foreign country, meaning that most production equipment and materials that the maquiladoras use are allowed to enter Mexico, on a temporary basis, without needing to pay taxes.

Globalization and competition have forced some U.S. companies to set up offshore assembly plants, particularly in China and other Asian countries. Offshoring is a practice that has existed for decades and continues today.


The main reasons for setting up these foreign assembly plants include:

  • Inexpensive labor
  • Fewer environmental regulations
  • Reduced taxes
  • Fewer government regulations (building and construction operations)
IMMEX Program

The IMMEX program, formally known as the IMMEX maquiladora program, allows foreign manufacturers to import raw materials and components into Mexico, tax and duty free, under the condition that 100% of all finished goods will be exported out of Mexico within a government mandated timeframe.

The primary goal of the IMMEX Mexico program is to expand the Mexican economy by enabling foreign companies to manufacture in a competitive environment, which creates jobs throughout the entire socioeconomic spectrum. The program also aims to modernize the globalization of Mexico’s manufacturing infrastructure by bringing new, specialized technologies and knowledge to the region.


We will guide commercial activities that you undertake in Mexico by supporting you in drafting commercial contracts, negotiating with other companies and, of course, legally establish, modify and manage your company.


Services include:

  • Corporate reviews
  • Trademark registrations
  • Legal assistance to corporations
  • Corporate books, certificates for capital assets and sales
  • Registration with the Public Registry of Property and Commerce


Visa applications can be a challenging endeavor, but we will guide you throughout the whole process. There are several types of visas available for non- Mexicans and they seem to change every few years. The process to obtain them changes more often. In addition, rules vary from one Mexican Consulate to another.


Services include:

  • Processing of temporary and permanent residency
  • Obtaining permits for entering, exiting, and working in Mexico
  • Processing Mexican naturalization of foreigners
  • Assistance and channeling of consular services for foreigners


We provide legal services to meet your particular needs that do not involve commercial activities. We will assist in the creation, ratification and approval of civil contracts, property management and guidance in matters related to family and estate planning.


Services include:

  • Advice in matters of succession
  • Merger and division of property
  • Procedures and litigation in family matters
  • Negotiation and drafting of civil contracts


We will help you administer individual and collective hiring of employees, assisting in the reconciliation of labour disputes and guidance with regards to aspects of Mexican labour law for the proper administration of employee activities.


Services include:

  • Labour litigation/disputes
  • Labour administration
  • Management liquidations and/or settlements
  • Preparation and negotiation of individual or group labour contracts


We help you understand the complexities of the Mexican tax system, guiding you in the management and payment of taxes and duties that are necessary to operate your business.


Services include:

  • Tax conciliation proceedings and litigation
  • Registration with the Federal Taxpayers Registry
  • Management procedures for the Ministry of Finance (SHCP) and the Tax
  • Administration System (SAT)
  • Advice on the preparation and reporting under the Foreign Investment Law (LIE) and Regulations


If you are looking for an expert in real estate and Mexican law, contact us. Our expertise in the related topics will help you make an informed decision.