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Maldonado Myers LLP is a premier cross-border law firm with lawyers licensed to practice in both the United States and Mexico.We offer represent clients in the following practice areas: US-Mexico crossborder business litigation and arbitration, US-Mexico crossborder probate, obtaining evidence in Mexico for use in US-based litigation, enforcement of US judgments and arbitral awards in Mexico, Mexico litigation and Mexico real estate transactions

Julian B. Myers

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Julian B. Myers

Born and raised in Mexico City.  A dual-licensed US-Mexico attorney. First licensed as an attorney in Mexico in 2001. Admitted to the State Bar of California in 2005.  Given his bi-cultural background, Mr. Myers is especially valuable in bridging the “cultural gap” that often arises in cross-border transactions.  Julian B. Myers represents foreign and domestic clients with matters in the U.S. and abroad, assisting them with a wide variety of legal matters, such as: 


  • Business planning and entity selection.
  • Entity formation, ongoing maintenance and legal compliance.
  • Operational matters and fundamental changes (i.e. registration in other jurisdictions, annual reports, conversions, mergers and acquisitions, etc.).
  • Corporate finance, securities and private placements.
  • Corporate and business tax.
  • Planning, negotiating and documenting business transactions.
  • Assisting clients in developing and funding business opportunities.
  • Drafting proposals, letters of intent, memorandums of understanding and contracts.


  • Real estate transactions.
  • Leasing.
  • Real estate financing.
  • Creation and disposition of rights to real property (easements, licenses, conveyancing, etc.).
  • Planning and creation of real property ownership structures.


U.S. Activities of Nonresident Aliens (Inbound):

  • Planning and creation of corporate and business structures for nonresident aliens doing business or investing in the U.S.
  • U.S. tax and pre-immigration planning for nonresident aliens.
  • Real estate transactions and creation of ownership structures for nonresident aliens.
  • Cross-border commerce and trade.
  • Estate planning.

Foreign Activities of Permanent Residents and U.S. Citizens (Outbound): 

  • Planning and creation of corporate and business structures in foreign jurisdictions.
  • Cross-border tax planning (creation of structures seeking to minimize global tax and provide offshore asset protection).
  • Real estate transactions and creation of real property ownership structures in foreign jurisdictions.


  • Diploma in Tax, University of San Diego School of Law (2013)
  • European Union Law, Magdalen College, Oxford U.K. (2002)
  • LL.M., University of San Diego School of Law (2002)
  • J.D., Universidad Anáhuac, Mexico D.F. (1997)