Lawyer Santiago F. Lampón / Lampón & Associates

Santiago F. Lampón is a real estate lawyer and notary public admitted to practice in Puerto Rico for over 20 years.  Mr. Lampón has been involved with Vieques legal issues for many years, helping businesses and property owners in preventing and/or solving situations which serve as barriers to achieving their goals.  Mr. Lampón’s main purpose as a lawyer to help his clients  have more succesful businesses and endevours, and also help individuals protect their investments and their assets as a result of his help.

Mr. Lampón also has a strong desire to participate and/or collaborate in social activities which help bring about a positive change to Puerto Rico and also around the World.  For example, Mr.  Lampón supports the Drug free World Foundation and Youth for Human Rights in Puerto Rico, groups that promote Human Rights among children around the World.  This is one of the many areas in which our staff and friends become deeply involved.

Currently we have an office in the Greater San Juan Area and an office in Vieques.  Our attorneys and paralegal visit Vieques on a regular basis and as needed by our clients, and we make it our goal to cover all the Island of Puerto Rico.

For more information call 787-273-6767 or write directly at SLampon@lamponLaw.com.

Thank you for visiting!

Best regards,

Santiago F. Lampón

  1. Eduardo
    July 19, 2007 at 10:03 am

    Me encanto el Blog muy profesional y sencillo
    Felicitaciones

  2. July 19, 2007 at 3:17 pm

    Estimado Eddy:

    Muchas gracias por tu comentario.

    Muchos saludos,

    Santiago F. Lampón

  3. July 24, 2007 at 3:45 pm

    Thank you for including me in your contacts. I am especially looking forward to your comments regarding ‘What does “Untitled Property” really mean’.

  4. Karen Vyborny
    July 31, 2007 at 9:30 am

    When your law firm is established on the island will you provide estate services, such as wills, trusts, etc?

  5. July 31, 2007 at 10:38 am

    Dear Karen:

    Thanks for your post. We are already providing all legal services on the Island of Vieques.

    Best regards,

    Santiago F. Lampón

  6. Ivan Reichard
    November 28, 2007 at 12:45 pm

    Chago:
    Gustaria referirte deshaucio. Cual es tu tarifa ?

    Ivan Reichard

  7. Lloyd Mooney
    February 15, 2008 at 7:33 pm

    We are thinking of relocating to Puerto Rico to live. We know nothing about the availability of houses in Puerto Rico to resident Americans. We have a ten pound dog who is part of our family.
    We are both in our eighties but very active and interested in golf. I shoot my age locally. Any information would be appreciated.

  8. Laura Peters
    April 3, 2008 at 10:11 am

    Hello,
    I am a real estate agent in Texas with a client looking to buy in Vieques. We would love some information, or helpful hints on what to watch or look out for.

    We will be traveling there after enough information is gathered.

    I would appreciate any information and would like to set an appointment with you when we start making traveling arrangements.

    Laura Peters

  9. April 7, 2008 at 9:52 pm

    Dear Laura:

    Thanks for your post and for your interest in Vieques.

    On the right hand side (top) of the blog, you will see a few links to sites with information on Vieques. With regards to investments, the best way to start is to review siotes by real estate brokers, and then schedule appointments with them upon your arrival at the island. I am also sure that they would love to recieve a phone call from you and go over initial information prior to scheduling a visit.

    If you want a more direct communication with me, you may write to SLampon@LamponLaw.com or call the office at 787-273-6767 or 787-741-8100 and ask to speak with me.

    Again, thanks for your post and for your interest in Vieques.

    Veru truly yours,

    Santiago F. Lampón

  10. james ryley
    July 25, 2008 at 12:37 am

    I saw http://www.viequeslaw.com/ and wanted to mention a useful site: http://www.FreePatentsOnline.com

    It provides free patent searching, free PDF downloading, allows annoting documents and sharing them, and free alerts for new documents.

    If you have a spot, a link to let your users know abou the site would be great.

  11. Wanda Ballard
    August 14, 2008 at 12:57 pm

    To whom it may concern

    The reason for this letter is to find out why it takes so long to get paperwork ready from an inheritance about property. I am one of the so many who are waiting for the okay on the land. All of us are willing to sell the land but for some reason there’s always some kind of obsticle but not quite sure if it’s from attorneys or from the person we left in charge of this. Need more investigation due to all of us getting tired of the wait. Unfortunatelly most of us live in the states. I’m from the Lopez family we have inherited approximately 52 acres but some of it is owed to certain individuals that have purchased some of it and have not received title of such property. Any suggestions?? Please feel free to contact me @ 904-451-3307. Thank you.

  12. August 15, 2008 at 2:06 pm

    Dear Wanda:

    Mainly, I recomend that you or anyone in your situation actively follows through with the person you have engaged to handled the process. I do not know how long is “too long” but it is a matter of attitude, both on those interested in having the situation resolved and the person in charge of handoing it.

    So get on the phone and d the following: (1) get the facts on where the matter is; (2) get the steps needed for completion; and (3) get a good estimate of time.

    If any of these do not make sense, then you know you have a problem that needs additional consulting. It is a matter of common sense.

    Please write orcall us if you need more information.

    Best regards,

    Santiago F. Lampón

  13. August 15, 2008 at 2:08 pm

    Dear James:

    Thanks for the note and for the link.

    Best regards,

    Santiago F. Lampón

  14. Gerald B. GaLlagher
    August 31, 2008 at 5:46 am

    Can you recommend about three good “title search people”?

    People who know how to check the legal titles to land?

    Thank you.

    G.B.G.

  15. September 4, 2008 at 10:18 am

    Dear GBG:

    I recomend Hato Rey Title Insurance Company. Their phone number is 787-753-1200. Ask to speak to Griselle Rodriguez. Tell her I recomended you to them.

    Good luck,

    Santiago

  16. February 3, 2010 at 12:37 am

    I found your website when I was looking for something entirely different, but this post was on the first page of Google your site must be enormously popular! Continue the awesome job!

  17. sancmar
    May 17, 2012 at 11:28 am

    Hi Mr. Lampon-
    I am trying to find property that belonged to my grandparents on father’s side, which went to him. He has since expired and I don’t know how to proceed in searching for whatever property he had or where this property was located. I have a copy of his death certificate, I have already requested a copy of his birth certificate and I have my father & mother’s marriage certificate. Please help or can you refer someone that can help me in this situation.

    Regards,

    Maria Sanchez
    sanchezlopez@optonline.net

    • May 17, 2012 at 12:07 pm

      Dear Maria:

      Thank you for writing and for reading my blog. I truly appreciate it!

      Your situation requires that I obtain additional information to assit you in your search. There are ways to track down properties in Puerto Rico but, unfortunately, the information is stored in manners which ordinarily require someone to physically go to the various places where the information could be available. I will contact you separately.

      Very truly yours,

      Santiago F. Lampón

  18. Enrique Ortiz
    July 12, 2013 at 4:37 pm

    Sr. Lampón,
    Do you do business only in Vieques? I own property in Rincon with my two brothers – inherited from our parents. We are trying to sell.
    Enrique Ortiz

    • July 15, 2013 at 12:38 pm

      Hello! When deliver services accross the Island of Puerto Rico, and when required or covenient for the client, we have other lawyers with whom we work with.

      Yours,

      Santiago F. Lampón

  19. R. Rivera
    March 20, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    Sr. Lampón, I’m is the US and my grandparent’s estate has been settled in Cayey. My Tia hired an attorney who said all of us has to be present to sign the check for the funds in a CD at the bank and pay a fee to her. I thought each heir can independent obtain their share without the other heirs present. Is this standard? Thank you. ~ R.R.

  20. O. Padron
    May 26, 2015 at 12:43 pm

    Dear Mr. Lampon,

    we have 6.6 acres in Puerto Rico. Those acres are from my grandmother and siblings. So we have one title in place. Supposedly, they did a lottery and divided the land between all brothers and sisters and they have a sketch of whatever belongs to each of them. How can we get my grandmother’s title? Do we have to present to the CRIM or another department the sketch or plan?

  21. Maria Rios
    June 24, 2015 at 4:37 pm

    Hello Mr. lampon,

    Is it legal for someone to recognize a child on a will or does it have to go through a process in Puerto Rico?

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