Some of Our Services

-Performance of Contracts
-Constitutive Acts
-Trade mark
-Data Summaries
-Minute books


Legal Services Price List

Prices with VAT included in MXN, if you need an invoice send your tax data to:

Constitutive Act (SA DE CV, SAPI, S DE RL)

$5,568 + Notarial expenses      

SOFOM Constitutive Act

$6,960 + Notarial expenses        

Constitutive Act SAS


Annual meeting minutes | ordinary

$2,088 + Notarial expense        

Minutes of extraordinary meeting

$2,088 + Notarial expenses          

Shareholder agreement

$2,088 + + Optional Notary Expenses

Certificate of delivery and reception of work

$2,088 + Optional Notary Expenses

Leasing contract

$2,088 + Optional Notary Expenses

Assignment contract

$2,784 + Optional Notary Expenses

Commission contract

$2,784 + Optional Notary Expenses

Loan agreement

$2,784 + Optional Notary Expenses

Purchase contract – sale

$4,176 + Optional Notarial Expenses (If it is real estate it is mandatory)

Stock purchase agreement - social shares

$4,176 + Optional Notary Expenses

Confidentiality and non-competition contract

$4,872 + Optional Notary Expenses

Brokerage contract

$3,480 + Optional Notary Expenses

Distribution contract

$2,784 + Optional Notary Expenses

Donation contract

$2,088 + Optional Notarial Expenses (If it is real estate it is mandatory)

Share donation contract - social shares

$3,480 + Optional Notary Expenses

Construction contract

$6,264 + Optional Notary Expenses

Brand license agreement

$4,872 + Optional Notary Expenses

Contract for commissioned work (software development)

$6,264 + Optional Notary Expenses

Contract of service

$2,784 + Optional Notary Expenses

Sublease contract

$2,088 + Optional Notary Expenses

Supply contract

$2,784 + Optional Notary Expenses

Individual employment contract

$1,392 + Optional Notary Expenses

Rights transfer agreement (If it is real estate it is mandatory)

$2,088 + Optional Notary Expenses

Confidentiality agreement

$3,480 + Optional Notary Expenses

Co-ownership agreement and rules of use

$4,176 + Optional Notary Expenses

Amending Agreement

$4,176 + Optional Notary Expenses

Call to assembly

$696 + Optional Notary Expenses

Preparation of bylaws

$3,480 + Notarial expenses    

Assembly Acts Book

$696 + Notarial expenses    

Record book of shares or social shares

$904 + Optional Notary Expenses

Capital Variation Book

$853 + Notarial expenses    

Proxys - power of attorney to represent partner / shareholder in meeting

$417 + Optional Notary Expenses



Unanimous resolutions taken outside the assembly

$2,088 + Optional Notary Expenses

Corporate data sheet


Contract Review


Trademark registration application


Website Terms and Conditions


Fintech website terms and conditions


Notice of Privacy


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

A legal representative is a person who acts on behalf of another, either on behalf of a natural person or a legal person. Legal representation is generally granted by public deed The representation allows the legal representative to take charge of the businesses, obligations and rights of the represented; being able to administer and dispose of them according to the conditions agreed at the time the representation was created.

How is the legal creation of a business? One of the first steps to legally start a business is to define whether it is done alone or in partnership, says Núñez. “There are three different schemes for companies created by a single person. One is the Tax Incorporation Regime (RIF), which offers a billing cap of 2 million pesos and can only be used for 10 years. In addition, it requires definitive bimonthly payments, which exempts from the annual declaration "
he second figure is the Natural Person with Business Activity. This has no billing or expiration limit. It requires the declaration of VAT and ISR, and operates in a similar way to a Moral Person. It is processed in the SAT with the FIEL, the RFC and the CIEC account.
The third figure is the Simplified Stock Company (SAS). It allows to have an unlimited number of partners; it can be from one. The billing limit is 5 million pesos. Its validity is indefinite and is taxed in a similar way to a Moral Person.

There are a number of procedures to complete before formally opening your business. We will describe them below.
Verify the Land Use of the premises, make the Notice of Opening Declaration, obtain the Operating License, give Operating Notice and register the Civil Protection Program. All this is processed in the single window of the municipality or delegation. If it is a very specialized business, you must also find out the Official Mexican Standards that must be met, as is the case in the industry or in certain types of business such as loan houses.
“The contracts that we sign with the suppliers establish the terms and conditions of the purchase of the good or service; they describe key aspects such as the characteristics of what we are acquiring, guarantees and delivery times ”, says Nuñez. In fact, it is a document that can make the difference between opening a business on time or having delays in adjustments or equipment.
Another aspect is the reference to intellectual property, because although there are those who embark on the adventure without having the registration of their trademark, the ideal is to own it to avoid future controversies that could affect the income of the company and the reputation. “You also have to check the commercial name and approach a specialized office in intellectual property. We, for example, do feasibility studies, analyzing the type of product or service to define the required class or classes; We verify if the name does not generate confusion with another registered trademark, if it does not violate morality or if it is descriptive of a service, since it would generate a rejection in the registry "
Another important procedure is the employer's registration with Social Security and registration with Infonavit. Both procedures can be started online and completed at the offices of these institutions. “Employer registration is extremely important, since many times employers do not measure the risk their workers run. Fulfilling this obligation can not only save you from fines and lawsuits, but also directly cover any work accident "
Last but not least, the Privacy Notice must be taken into account, in accordance with the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties. "Non-compliance can generate fines of up to 30 million pesos," he warns. That is why it is important to approach an expert who can evaluate the type of data you handle, in order to have the documents and policies according to the operation of your business.

The constitutive act of a company refers to the document that gives it life and in which all the general and basic aspects of the company are stipulated: company name, objective, type of company, administration and control of the same, duration, etc.

Most of the self-employed are legally constituted. Almost all operate as sole proprietors. Even if you are the only person employed by your company, you do not necessarily have to choose between being legally incorporated and being a sole owner. You can be a natural person with business activity. The following factors should be considered if you plan to set up your company: * Cost and convenience * Effect on the business image * Risk to your personal assets and future income * Objectives regarding the size of the company * Need for external financing * Government regulations * Impact on your taxes If your goal is to become a larger company or attract outside investors, it makes sense to start a business from scratch. Many people who start out as sole owners end up legally incorporating when the business grows..

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