IRW Law Office is a boutique firm, located in San Juan, Puerto Rico, dedicated to assisting clients in the areas of estate & tax planning, asset protection, wills & trusts, and inheritance law. As a small firm with large firm capabilities and resources, our attorneys and exceptional support staff strive to provide a relaxed, caring, client centered experience. Our firm recognizes that each client and family is unique, and the firm prides itself on tailoring services according to the distinctive needs of our clients.
As a division of IRW Law Office, IRW Concierge Services was established as a real estate brokerage and consulting firm, in order to assist clients in all needs when relocating their families and/or businessess to Puerto Rico. In a one-stop-shop experience, our clients will be offered expert advice regarding real estate opportunities, access to exclusive properties for rent and/or sale throughout the Island, and both personal and corporate concierge services, including relocation services, expedite services, property management, and many more.
Attorney Ivonne Rodríguez-Wiewall is the founder of IRW Law Office and IRW Concierge Services. Ivonne, born and raised in San Juan, attended Boston College. While at BC, she majored in marketing and minored in sociology. After graduating from college, Ivonne moved back to PR to attend the University of Puerto Rico Law School. She has been admitted to practice law in Puerto Rico State and Federal Courts and as a Notary Public for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Ivonne is also a real estate broker licensed in Puerto Rico and the Puerto Rico Director for Direct Relief.
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Puerto Rico is a self-governing territory of the United States located in the Caribbean Sea. In order to bolster its economy, the government of Puerto Rico has created an aggressive economic and tax incentives program with the purpose of establishing Puerto Rico as an international service center by helping operations on the island become more profitable to those companies who establish themselves in Puerto Rico. Likewise, Puerto Rico is trying to stimulate its economic development by offering 100% tax exemptions on all interest, all dividends, and all long-term capital gains to investors that become bona-fide residents of Puerto Rico. These benefits are possible because income generated within Puerto Rico is generally not subject to U.S. federal taxation.
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