If you’re considering buying a home in addition to using a real estate agent to deal with the negotiation process, you may also want to consider hiring a real estate lawyer to guide you through the legal process.
Real estate attorneys specialize in legal matters related to property, from sale transactions to disputes between parties.
A real estate attorney will review all of the paperwork in advance of the closing on your behalf and advise you of any problems or omissions with the documentation. Therefore, at the closing, the attorney will represent your interests.
Real Estate Legal Services
English Speaking Real Estate Attorneys and Notaries in Riviera Maya and Cancun
Attorneys in Playa del Carmen
Alvelais y Asociados
984 803 0827
5ta Ave con calle 42 Edificio Tan Ik
Spanish, English, French spoken
TV Abogados- Ana Isabel Torres V.
984 803 2750
Edificio Espacio Quattro Local 1
Calle 28 entre 5 y 10 Ave.
Spanish, English, Italian
Attorneys in Puerto Aventuras
Lic. Ruy Adrian González
984 110 7482
Centro Comercial Marina
Edificio F – Depto 201
Notary in Playa del Carmen
984 873 3412
5ta Ave con calle 42 Mezzanine 4
Edificio Tan Ik
Lic. Juan Abundio Martínez
984 803 2929
34 Ave. Mza 165 Colonia Gonzalo Guerrero
Notary in Cancun
Notaria # 3 Cancun
Dr. Marco Antonio Sánchez Vales / Yolanda González
998 881 7540
Avenida Bonampak #6
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Documents To List a Property
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The Notary and the Real Estate Transaction
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Condominium By-Laws in Mexico
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Mexican Anti-Money Laundering Law
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