Miguel A. Maspons
Maspons Advisory Services (MAS+) is a full service legal and business advisory firm. We are a group of thoughtful, compassionate, and trusted professionals located in the heart of downtown Coral Gables, FL. Our primary areas of practice include Corporate, Civil Litigation, Mediation and Real Estate. While we address the “necessary” and “urgent,” we make sure our clients accomplish the important. We make a genuine effort to live out our firm’s guiding principles and are deeply committed to our mission.Learn more about us
Our law firm represents individuals, small businesses and major corporations in civil litigation matters throughout South Florida…Read More
Our corporate attorneys represent many domestic companies with the establishment of international representative offices and…Read More
MAS aims to deliver effective, practical and unbiased solutions to disputes in any stage of conflict, including pre-suit…Read More
We represent lenders, buyers, sellers, developers, investors, owners, and property managers with all types of commercial and residential…Read More
Besides Mr. Maspons’ advice on matters ranging from complex business issues to wealth preservation, MAS+ has looked after our company’s day-to-day legal requirements for over a decade and through a complex divestiture process without a hitch.
Paul Alcazar, Control & Planning – Oliva Cigar Co.
I have been working with the MAS+ team for over ten years. The experience and knowledge they provide has always given me the confidence that all my matters will be handled effectively and efficiently. I have always been impressed with their professionalism as well as the high level of knowledge and integrity offered to the client while taking a pragmatic approach to law.
I would recommend Mick Maspons and the MAS+ firm for anyone in need of legal services.
Javier Torrens, Pilot Freight Services – MIA- President
I have worked with Mick Maspons for almost 10 years and he and his team have guided me and my company through many challenging transactions with patience, objectivity and professionalism. Their advice and attentiveness have helped me remain calm and positive throughout the many transactions. I trust Mick and his team and look forward to working with them for many years in the future.
I was faced with a challenging business transaction. I did not know where to begin or what questions to ask. Mick Maspons and Suzette Russomanno guided me through every step of the process with expertise, objectivity and professionalism. Their calm approach and attentiveness allowed me to remain positive and confident throughout the entire negotiation. I completely trust their team to represent me with integrity and competence in the future. I highly recommend Mick and Suzette to anyone seeking legal representation.
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