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Contract law in Ecuador is quite different than what you are used to. And every situation is different. Just because your last landlord was a gem, doesn’t mean that your next one will be nearly as fair with you. Even though you treat your employees like family, it won’t matter if they drag you into court one day. Be prepared and get your rock-solid contract drawn up now, so that you won’t have any problems later. See Attorney Sara’s “CuencaHighLife” published article on this specific theme here!:

Email Sara today for free answers to your questions. Or schedule a complimentary phone consult or office visit.

Remember, Attorney Sara Chaca is here to help you get the most out of your life in Ecuador.





Phone: 099-296-2065


Physical Address: Calle Larga 6-16 & Hermano Miguel (2 story office building with balcony that shows directly above it the words “Ecuador Visas”)


Contact information:

Attorney Sara Chaca


Just cross the the Rio Tomebamba and foot-bridge to the historic district, this is a third-floor apartment totally remodeled with tile floors with nicely furniture ,Fully equipped kitchen, beds and bath linens. Rent includes utilities, fast internet and building fee. Building does not have an elevator. Located in an historic complex, opening onto a courtyard garden. One month minimum rental.

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Graciela Quinde

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