Maria Flavia Seabra


+ 55 11 3150-7428
Area of practice

Partner and Head of the Real Estate practice. She is specialist in real estate law, provides legal assistance in the structuring of several real estate business, such as property acquisition operations, leasings, built to suit, and investments in the real estate sector of the country, as well as in the structuring of real estate development, regularization of properties, financing and guarantee in structured operations. Has extensive experience in registry matters.


Brazilian Bar Association (OAB)
International Bar Association (IBA)
Officer of the Real Estate Commitee, IBA (2017/2018)
Member of the Urban Legislation Committee of OAB/SP

Recent acknowledgments

Recommended by The Legal 500, 2021 edition, in Real Estate.

Recognized by Latin Lawyer National, 2020 edition, in Real State and Tourism.

Recognized by Chambers Latin America 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021, in Real Estate.
Recommended by Who’s Who Legal 2018, in Real Estate.
Ranked, in the 2018 edition, as one of the best lawyers in Real Estate Law by the publication Chambers Latin America. According to the yearbook, Maria Flavia has demonstrable strengths in real estate development and registry matters. Sources describe her as "an extremely talented and knowledgeable lawyer" who "is consistently doing high-quality work."
Acclaimed by the 2017 edition of the Legal 500 for her leadership in the real estate law department of Machado Meyer.
Recognized by Latin Lawyer 250, in Real Estate, 2018 edition.
Classified among the most admired attorneys by the Análise Advocacia, 2014 edition.


Centre of University Extension, Postgraduation in Contracts Law (2004).

Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (Mackenzie Presbyterian University), Bachelor of Laws (2001).


Recent publications

The Brazilian Code of Civil Procedure (Federal Law No. 13,105/15) lists in its articles 879...[+]
Executive Order (MP) No. 992/20, published on July 16, provides, among other issues, for the...[+]
In order to guarantee the maintenance of essential services during the period of social distancing...[+]
In order to facilitate access to financing and improve rural credit, Executive Order No. 897/19...[+]
The State Court Judicial Review Boards are issuing guidelines for the provision of extrajudicial...[+]
After the historical slowdown of the Brazilian economy and the brake imposed on all segments...[+]
The São Paulo City Hall is preparing to discuss a draft bill to amend Law No. 16,402/16, the...[+]