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Health measures related to COVID-19

We encourage remote meetings (by telephone or videoconference), while offering our clients the possibility of arranging "in-person" meetings, in compliance with the health regulations adopted by the Prince's Government.

Our teams remain available and contactable at our usual contact details.

CMS is located in the Condamine area of Monaco. Our dynamic economy with a wide diversity of activities, the presence of more than 140 nationalities, stability, security and quality of life make Monaco an exclusive and unique place for foreign investors.


CMS is well-known in Monaco for its areas of expertise: business law, banking & financial law, international private and personal law, criminal law, employment law and real estate matters. We have been named among the top law firms in Monaco by Chambers Global and Legal 500.

The firm was founded in 2009 and became part of CMS in April 2017. CMS in Monaco has today more than 35 law professionals and has succeeded in developing its fields of expertise while preserving its culture and quality standards.

We have several specialised and multilingual teams who work regularly with private clients, banks and financial institutions, Monaco businesses and investors.

In addition to our strong local roots, we have built up a leading international practice and become part of CMS, a firm with over 4.800 legal and tax professionals in over 40 countries.

If you are looking for legal advice and representation in Monaco, please reach out to us via our online contact form or give us a call.

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The Monaco office is located in the Condamine area of the city,  45 minutes from Nice Airport and within walking distance of Monaco's train station.

From the Airport

Nice Airport
  • Taxi – about 45 minutes
  • Helicopter – 10 minutes

Regular flights every 15 minutes during day time

By Car

  • Take highway A8 and leave at Exit 56 Monaco
Recommended parking
  • Parking des Agaves

From Monaco Train station

Trains depart every 15/20 minutes from Nice Saint Augustin train station (direct access from the airport) and all stop in Monaco – Monte Carlo

  • Walking from train station – appox. 5 minutes

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Villa des Cigognes
17 rue Louis Aureglia
BP 450
98012 Monaco Cedex
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