Our Expertise

We are a boutique firm with fanatic customer service. You are our only priority. Keeping you protected is what we do. We specialize in catering to foreign people and the services required by them. We provide integrated services in complex and various advisory services in all areas of business law, including Corporate & Commercial Law, Capital Markets, Banking, M&A, Privatization; as well as residency services, and the creation of administration and testamentary trusts. We will also service all of your needs in real estate transactions.
At Gomez Law we believe in one key principle: We do the heavy lifting for you. We will do all the due diligence on any purchase & sale operation, whether it’s of one or more properties, so that it will be agile, transparent and completely secure for the parties involved. Every single step will be explained to you in plain English, and visible online, through the use of state of the art software that will allow you to follow up on the transaction.
Gomez Law provides a thorough and comprehensive range of corporate services to ensure that your business operation in Costa Rica will run smoothly, allowing you to concentrate on making money. The costarican legislation allows both nationals and non-nationals (residents or non-residents) to constitute and own corporations so that they may engage in any licit activities.
One of the most important services that our firm gives foreign clients is answering their questions. This is a key factor in making sure that the learning curve is smooth and pleasant. It is not just about the language. So many things are different. The food, the culture, the way things are done and of course, the law. Feel free to ask us as many questions as you can think of. Then think some more.
If you found that perfect place and you decide to settle down in Costa Rica we will be more than happy to help you. There are a number of ways in which you can obtain a residency in Costa Rica. We will be more than happy to discuss with you the different alternatives to become a resident and what they imply and what is required in order to qualify.
A client of our firm, fellow attorney (retired) said that he holds the record of having done more trial cases than any other attorney in the south of the US. "That does not speak well of my negotiation skills, he joked". We have a team of experts that allow the vast majority of cases to be ended in a negotiation, thus cutting short the client's frustration, suffering, stress and of course, the cost.
A Trust is an agreement whereby you charge an individual––the Trustee–– with carrying out certain instructions to the benefit of a third party. These instructions may involve all sorts of assets, i.e. property, money, or soft assets such as rights. The force of a trust is such that in certain cases––i.e. testamentary trusts–– the agreement remains in force after the death of the person who gave the instructions.