Mumbi Mionki & Company Advocates

About us

Mumbi Mionki & Company Advocates is a law firm whose mission is to provide clients with tailor- made solutions to their legal problems. We have provided sophisticated legal advice and services to many of the countrys financial institutions, property developers and other corporate entities for a number of years and have the knowledge and resources to deliver the broad scope of quality legal services required by our clients - consistently, with confidence and with sensitivity for each of our client's specific business, in a way that provides tailor- made solutions to each of our clients.

All staff share common values of integrity, personal responsibility and tenacity in an enthusiastic client-service culture. We are guided by an enduring entrepreneurial spirit and demanding standards.

At Mumbi Mionki & Company, we are at the forefront of managing quality and we know what it takes to meet client expectations for excellent work and responsive service across different organizations.

Our high-quality relationships with various authorities, including the Lands Registries, Companies Registry and others give us an edge in timely completion and delivery of service.

Frequently asked questions.

In law, conveyancing is the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another, or the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or alien.
A mortgage loan is a loan secured by real property through the use of a mortgage note which evidences the existence of the loan and the encumbrance of that realty through the granting of a mortgage which secures the loan.
A contractor can be anyone who agrees to fulfill the terms of a legally binding agreement. Most commonly, the term 'contractor' is used to describe an expert in the construction industry who hires skilled and unskilled workers to actually construct a financed project. A contractor must be licensed by an examining board before he or she can bid on the project. This bid is based on the estimated cost of the building materials, the wages of subcontractors and laborers and the contractor's fee for coordinating the project.
if it is not criminal or civil litigation, Transactional lawyers are problem solvers; they are "can do" lawyers. Here, you will learn the skills you will need to practice transactional law: Interviewing Negotiating Drafting Business planning Counseling your clients
A Joint Venture is an entity formed between two (2) or more parties to carry out activity of an economic nature. The parties create a new entity by both contributing equity. For example, a land owner contributes his land the other party contributes project financing and/ or its project construction expertise. They then share in the revenues, costs and control of the enterprise. A JV may be for a specific project only or structured as a continuing business relationship. It may take the form of a company, Contract, partnership, trust or any other legal structure that the parties may favor owing to their considerations such as tax, management and developers liability.

Our Pillars

Quick Turn Around Time

We start and conclude any work entrusted to us in the shortest time possible because we understand our clients’ need for transactions to be completed promptly.
We have established good working relationships with the various registration and licensing agencies and authorities for the benefit of our clients.

Comprehensive Legal Solutions

We are not only responsive in our approach but anticipatory too. We do advise our clients on what else they may require in order to be fully legally covered.


We always respond to our clients’ communication in a timely manner and are flexible enough to meet at short notice.
We are approachable and take time to update our clients every step of the way.

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