Supported by Jaime Natera, president of the Colegio de Notarios de Jalisco, the Notaría Pública 7 and Correduría 55 headed by Eduardo Sánchez, as well as the Notaría Pública 10 headed by Fabiola Prado, inaugurated their new offices located on Av. Grandes Lagos 185, Fluvial Vallarta.
These new alternatives increase the array of quality legal services in Vallarta · Nayarit, one of the most developed and dynamic destinations in the Mexican Pacific.
“The Banderas Bay area is full of energy and hardworking people. We want to offer the best we have, based on more than 30 years of experience,” commented Sánchez, who added that his offices will offer professional advice based on honesty, respect and social commitment.
“Our vision is to offer a comprehensive quality service, provide legal security to our clients and be fast, but at the same time make them feel at home. In fact, what we seek is to provide peace of mind in their assets,” said Prado, who has a long and extensive experience in law.
After the ribbon cutting, a cocktail party began and was attended by family, clients and friends.
“In addition to congratulating Eduardo and Fabiola for these new facilities, I would like to highlight their personal and professional standards, which I fully trust they will use to carry out each of their actions with pride.” —Jaime Natera, president of the Colegio de Notarios de Jalisco.