Ibáñez Parkman, S.C. is aware of the importance of tax issues for each corporation, by virtue that year after year the corresponding income laws are approved wherein new taxes are issued (or some of the essential elements of those existing are changed), which could result contrary to the Federal Constitution and, thus, to be contested before the competent courts, being able to make jurisprudence to this respect, with the consequent obligations for the jurisdictional authorities.

At Ibáñez ParkmanS.C. we permanently keep up-to-date on the changes and amendments the legislation and regulation on the subject undergo for the purpose of advising and in due time for defending the interests of our clients.

Ibáñez Parkman S,C. has lawyers specialized in lawsuits on tax issues, the foregoing for the purpose of providing its clients an integral service in matters of federal and local taxes, of corporate contributions and in customs issues. This office provides this service with the advantage of being familiarized with the background of the tax matters of its clients and on the corporate contributions, as well as in matters of jurisdictional precedents.


· Planning, negotiation and tax advisory, both internal as well as international (taking into consideration the international treaties executed by Mexico in tax issues).

· Processing of proceedings for annulment and litigations before the Federal Administrative and Tax Courts and the local Administrative Courts (see Tax Law).

· Claim of appeal against laws and actions of the Tax authorities.

· Tax analysis of business, such as investment, acquisitions, mergers, divisions, reorganization of corporations, bankruptcies and security’s market operations, leasing and sale of assets.

· Counseling and support with respect to audits and/or tax reviews, as well as the adequate handling of an audit in process.

· Counseling in bilateral treaties in matters of income tax.

· Assets tax and value added tax.

· Duties and Tariffs on the incentive programs for employees. 

· Encumbrances on real and technological rights.

· Taxes on franchises.