Facilitating Complex U.S./Mexico Business Transactions

Any business transactions can be complicated, but complexity further increases when the businesses are located in separate countries. Cabañas Law Firm, PLLC, is well-versed in American and Mexican business regulations and structures. We have assisted numerous clients with successful cross-border business transactions that add value to their companies.

If you are considering an international business transaction, call 210-446-4090 to schedule a consultation and to receive the strategic assistance that you require.

Comprehensive Transaction Assistance

Cabañas Law Firm, PLLC, can provide assistance with all types of business transactions. We commonly guide U.S. and Mexican business clients through:

  • Asset purchases and sales
  • Establishing fair purchase prices
  • Complicated tax concerns
  • Strategic business negotiations
  • Cultural differences
  • Potential regulatory problems
  • Forming and enforcing secure business contracts
  • Business mergers and acquisitions

Local counsel is required in U.S./Mexican business transactions. Cabañas Law Firm, PLLC, has affiliate offices in Mexico to smoothly complete business transactions and to provide local advocates. Local partners provide invaluable insight into the Mexican business climate, rules and regulations that allow your transaction to avoid costly pitfalls.

Supporting Your Business' Opportunities

Engaging in business with Mexico may be an important opportunity to advance your business' productivity, market share and client base. Mexico offers a wealth of resources and potential employees that can enhance your success. Our lawyers can skillfully evaluate your business' current position and help you determine which transactions may add value to your company.

Contact Our Skilled Business Attorneys For Assistance

If you need to complete an international business transaction, call our San Antonio, Texas, offices at 210-446-4090 to schedule a consultation. You may also email us. We speak both English and Spanish to simplify communication efforts.