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It is possible to obtain a very fast divorce without travel or appearance in Court. It is best if both parties are in agreement, but it is not necessary.
The procedure is so simple and fast that you can have a final divorce granted in approximately 2 - 3 business days. Remarriage, if that is one of your concerns, depends on the jurisdiction where the marriage is to take place. There is no waiting period in many jurisdictions here in the United States or elsewhere in the world.
The official divorce decree, together with official English translation, is sent to our office by courier. It is then mailed via Priority Mail to you and should arrived in approximately 3 - 4 weeks.
The divorce can actually occur in as little as 1 - 2 business day, and your decree will arrive in approximately 10 - 14 days by using our Expedited Service, at extra cost. (See Below).
In accordance with Mexican law:
(---ART.31.- THE DOMICILE OF A PERSON, IN ORDER TO PERFORM LEGAL ACTION IS SET BY YOUR ATTORNEY AT LAW TO RECEIVE AND TO ISSUE NOTIFICATIONS FROM THE COURT, THESE CAN BE REPRESENTED BY A DESIGNATED PERSON BY MEANS OF AN “SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY”, DULY SIGNED BY THE MOVING PARTY. (YOU)
Your attorney, Under the power of attorney you are giving him, will establish Mexican residency for you and will file the required certificate of residency with the court. This affirms your right to have the Mexican courts grant your divorce.
United States Immigration has very particular requirements for recognizing a foreign divorce. If you or the person you plan to marry is not a US citizen and you intend to apply to US Immigration to ask for status you most likely will need an Apostille (see below) and we must discuss this with you before using the Mexican divorce.
Mexican divorce clients acknowledge that Divorce Fast serves strictly as intermediary for the convenience of the client and that the client's dealings are strictly with the International Law Office of Tijuana, Mexico, to whom the client shall look for indemnification.
The fee for a Mexican Divorce is: $1495.00
Please be aware that when requesting any or all of these additional services that it will necessitate extra time for the final divorce decree to be delivered to you (excluding the Expedited Service).
An Apostille is a certification by the Secretaty of State of Mexico guarantying the authenticity of a document (divorce decree, marriage certificate etc.). If you are obtaining a divorce and your plans include applying to US Immigration for a Fiancee or Spousal visa then you most likely will require an Apostille. Also, if you are planning on remarrying outside of the United States or Canada you may require an Apostille. Most countries accept an Apostille to confirm the legitimacy of a document. You should contact the authorities in the country in which you intend to marry to determine if an Apostille is required or if any additional certification is required for your decree be accepted by the foreign country. An Apostille can always be obtained at a later date if necessary.
Expedited Service for a Mexican Divorce (10 - 14 day service): $275.00
Additional Official Court Copy of the Decree: $250.00
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
We have compiled a comprehensive list of the questions we most often receive from our potential clients. Please take a moment and review these before calling for further information.
This information will answer many of your initial questions and will provide you with a good understanding of the services we offer and the basic procedures.
Fresh Pond Associates, LLC
D/B/A - Divorce Fast
365 Boston Post Road #241
Sudbury, MA 01776
Phone: 978.443.8387 • Fax: 1-877-756-1466
E-mail: Divorce Fast