Find Mexican lawsuits against you

If you suspect there are Mexican court proceedings against you, find out if your name appears in public digital list of courts around the country. Price starts at $100 USD.

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Complete satisfaction policy

We will refund our fee within the first 60 days if you’re unhappy with our services. Learn more.

Priced according to your needs

Basic Search

$100 per name
  • Query for a name on our digital judicial proprietary query system
  • Lookout on public search databases.
  • 3 variations of same name
  • Final report with what was found.
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Commercial Search

$200 per name
  • All of the basic features
  • Query for possible counterparts
  • 3 variations of same name
  • Revision of National Public Registry of Commerce (SIGER)
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What does it include?

  • We use proprietary software to search all of the court filings available in digital form.
  • It doesn’t include courts which are not digital or are protected against digital queries.
  • We also run different internet searches to find possible filings.
  • By the end, we send you a report on things found.

Don’t forget to read our note on this subject:

Could I be sued in Mexico without knowing?

Why choose us?

Convenient

Rely on the guidance of our attorneys, without leaving your home.

Bilingual

Don’t waste time looking for a local lawyer who speaks english and understands foreign law in relation to Mexican law.

Fast

We have designed streamlined procedures so that you can get this done soon.

How does it work?

  1. Give us your full name or the name of your company
  2. We’ll run queries.
  3. A report is sent to you with the results.

Frequently asked questions

What courts are not included?

This changes when systems are updated, but usually it doesn’t include courts which are still very traditional (like Guanajuato Labor Courts, for example).

Does this report is a proof that I haven’t been sued in Mexico?

No, it works more like a precaution with medium to high probability of being correct.

Is there any other way to know if I’ve been sued?

Visiting all of the courts in the country and looking at their published print lists, which is usually not feasible in time and money.

Find out if you’ve been sued in Mexico now.

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