About Us


The firm Salcedo and Astacio was founded by Carlos Ramón Salcedo Camacho in 1987, with his predecessor Carlos Salcedo and partners. In 1990, Dr. Raysa V. Astacio joined the firm as a partner of the law firm. This firm has extensive experience and gained national reputation in the most diverse areas of consulting, practice and litigation in all areas of law. Its high standards of quality, efficiency and integrity in the legal services industry have made this boutique firm one of the most prestigious in the country.

The firm has lawyers, partners and associates and has legal and administrative support staff with broad experience, knowledge and training.


Salcedo and Astacio mission is to provide efficient and agile legal solutions. The firm is committed to the interests of its clients, in all branches of law, standing out in the areas of Criminal, Constitutional, Administrative, Corporate, Civil, Commercial and Labor Law, among other areas of law. The members of Salcedo and Astacio offer the greatest care for the interests our clients. It is a team that works with talent and vocation of service, going for quality in the outcome giving the best solution possible for the client. Salcedo and Astacio believe in the development of talent as the main competitive advantage. Its people work for excellence applying legal and practical solutions as an immediate contribution to the interests of its clients.


Salcedo and Astacio vision is to consolidate itself as a leading firm of top quality legal services in the Dominican Republic, adding value to its clients through the excellence and integrity of its entire staff.


• Commitment to cases

• Integrity

• Passion for excellence

• Loyalty

• Reliability

• Responsibility

• Corporate social commitment

Our Areas of Practice:

  • Criminal
  • Labor
  • Litigation
  • Civil
  • Corporate
  • Industry property
  • Administrative and Regulatory
  • Banking and Finance
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Real estate
  • Telecommunications
  • Family
  • Fiscal
  • Energy
  • International Trade
  • Tourism
  • Environmental law
  • Competition Law
  • Foreign investment
  • Liberalities and Successions
  • Arbitration