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Wills and Estates in Mexico Q & A

WHAT IS WILL MONTH IN MEXICO?

September is Will month in Mexico. It’s a reminder to prepare for the inevitable and leave your affairs in order, so that family members inherit property and not complications. 

MexLaw attorneys can assist you in preparing your Mexican Will and answer any questions you may have about your estate.

During September and October, we are offering a discounted price of only $250 USD (regular price $450). 

Take advantage of this promotion before October 31, 2019.

Another Timeshare Risk – Is it a Mexican Corporation?

Although there are legitimate vacation or timeshare companies out there, and some may suit your family's vacation needs, you need to be aware of the less scrupulous timeshare companies in Mexico. Timeshares have a terrible reputation, and as stories about timeshare fraud continue to make the headlines, the industry continues to thrive, seducing tourists into buying into their resorts every day.  Most importantly you should never sign any contract without having it reviewed by a lawyer and although this point seems logical, for some reason people will sign legal documents and pay a large deposit during a timeshare presentation, something they...

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 8 Reasons to Hire an Architect in Mexico

Whether you are renovating, restoring, or building a new structure, you should consider hiring an architect. The architect's job is to bring your vision to life, but there are many other aspects of their profession. Architects are professionally educated and have the experience to create and execute a beautifully functional design, optimizing the space, and ensuring the safety of its occupants.  Dealing with permits and licenses in Mexico can be a challenge your architect will obtain the necessary permits and ensure your project is carried out legally, avoiding issues with the government agencies, fines, or work stoppage.  They have...

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When Expat Marriages Break Down in Mexico

Living in a foreign country can add to the complications of marriage and divorce; it is like walking a tightrope between the legislation or two countries. We recommend that you make an appointment with a Mexican lawyer they will review your situation and advise you how to proceed.  My spouse and I are both Canadian, we were married in Canada, but we have been living in Mexico for four years. We have decided to file for a divorce, do we need to return to Canada to begin the divorce process?  -No, the Canadian Courts will not have jurisdiction over your divorce, since...

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Avoiding Scams in a Tourist Town

We use the Riviera Maya as an example, but these tips are useful in any country you visit. There are so many amazing things that attract foreigners to visit, live, and retire in Mexico but like any country, there are a few known scams to watch out for. As you arrive at the airport in Cancun or any other tourist destination, you will be swarmed by transport providers, tour operators, and timeshare salespeople. Although respectable tour and transport providers are vying for your attention, many unscrupulous people will lie and try to mislead you to get your business. An example of...

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