Carpo Law & Associates
Carpo Law and Associates is a specialized corporate law firm that assists local and foreign enterprises with inbound foreign investments towards doing business in the Philippines from small, medium-sized, and multinational companies.
Our modern approach to law practice enables us to provide versatile legal services, even with the most complex cases. With us, you can ensure that your venture and various legal concerns are handled professionally and seamlessly.
Corporate & Commercial Laws
We assist foreign and local enterprises doing business in the Philippines by providing simplified corporate and commercial law services, from company formation to corporate compliance and litigation.
Our extensive pool of certified tax lawyers is dedicated to providing comprehensive legal advice on tax compliance, tax disputes, tax incentives applications, estate planning, and tax rulings.
Intellectual Property Law
Our IP lawyers are adept at helping improve your IP portfolios, formulate IP strategies, and review the contracts related to your IP assets.
We advise clients on all aspects of real estate development, from contract drafting and land registration to regulatory compliance, joint ventures, and settlement of land disputes.
Our pool of legal counsels deeply understands various areas of labor law practice, from settlement proceedings and litigation to labor compliance, assisting parties with labor-related disputes.
Litigation & Family Law
We provide services for individuals who need legal representation on litigation, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and relevant family laws.
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