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Procedure for a Mexican Divorce

Requirements:

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 go to the INS to ask for status please read the information about an Apostille below, and you will need to speak to us before proceeding.

Please read carefully. Some items may not apply to you.

 Here are various forms required for your divorce.  You will be told in each case whether the form applies to you.  Please find

            Information sheet. This applies to you.  Fill this out completely. The plaintiff is you, or the person seeking the divorce. The defendant is your spouse. Be sure to fill in every space.  If the information requested does not apply to you please state that it does not apply to you.  Do not leave any blanks on form.

            Plaintiff's Special Power of Attorney. This applies to you.  You do not need to fill it out, but you must sign it where indicated.  You do not have to have this form Notarized.

            Defendant's Special Power of  Attorney. This applies to your spouse only if your spouse is also signing the papers.  If your spouse is also signing then he/she must sign where indicated.  You do not have to have this form Notarized. If your spouse is unwilling or unable to sign, you can disregard this form altogether.

            Affidavit. This applies to you.  You do not need to fill it out,  but you must sign it where indicated. You do not have to have this form Notarized. This also applies to your spouse only if this is a two party case and your spouse is also signing the papers.

 

The fee for a Mexican Divorce is:                                                             $995.00

Additional Services: You most likely will not need any of the following Additional Services listed below, but the are available to you.                                                                                  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).

Apostille:                                                                                                                                     $500.00
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 day service):                   $250.00

Additional Official Court Copy of the Decree for a Mexican Divorce:   $200.00

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.

Completely fill in the application online, then print them and fax, email or mail to Divorce Fast

Information sheet.   Fill this out completely. The plaintiff is you, the defendant is your spouse.  Do not leave any blanks on the form.  If  you do not know, write "Unknown".

Information Sheet - Divorce

1 or 2 party case:
Your full name:
Are you the husband or wife?:
Your address (Where the Decree will be Sent):
Your E-mail address
Your Citizenship (Country)
Your Spouse's full name:
Spouse's address:
Spouse's E-mail address
Wife’s full name before marriage:
Is wife pregnant at this time?
Does wife wish to resume former name?
City/State/Province/Country of marriage:
Date of marriage:
How long separated:
Do you have a written separation agreement?
If so, when and where Signed?

Have you any minor children?
Names of Minor Children
Where Born
Age

Who will have custody of the minor children? Mother or father?
Plaintiff's (Your) telephone number (very important)
Plaintiff's (Your) signature

 Plaintiff's Special Power of Attorney: This applies to you.  You do not have to fill it out,  but you must sign it where indicated.  You do not need to have this from Notarized.

PLAINTIFF’S SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY

 

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That I_______________________________ residing at ________________ ___________________________ City of _____________________________ Province /State of _____________ ________ Country ________ _______, married and being in full enjoyment of my civil rights, do hereby constitute and appoint ___________________________

or his designee lawyer practicing before the Courts of Mexico, my special and lawful attorney to represent me in the legal proceedings instituted or to be instituted in a Court of Mexico, by me ____________ ___________________ _______ for an absolute divorce, by reason of the existing incompatibility of temperaments which makes life together unbearable, to which effect, I grant this special power of attorney in order that said Attorney may accept for me in my name, personal service in the suit for divorce filed by me; put in for me a personal appearance in said Court; manifest to the Court my express recognition and acceptance of its jurisdiction to hear and try said suit for divorce and in which I am party.

I authorize my Attorney to state to the Court my acceptance of plaintiff's legal submission to its jurisdiction and waiver of any other law that could be applied to this case; and, also my acceptance of the validity and regularity of the proceedings in said suit for divorce in which I am expressly putting in my personal appearance through my duly constituted Attorney, and that I shall held as forever valid any decree that is handed down therein.

I direct my said Attorney to submit to the Court for its approval an agreement of separation entered into between myself and the defendant and dated _________ and to request that the Court ratify and affirm the said agreement and direct each of the parties to comply with the terms thereof and notwithstanding such incorporation, the provisions of said agreement shall survive the said decree and not merge therein.

I grant to the Attorney herein named, such other powers as may be necessary in the divorce proceedings above described, including the right to file any appeal required, file cross actions, challenge Judges and to withdraw same, and, including the right to substitute this mandate and revoke such substitutions, and that I hereby ratify any and all things that may be legally done for me in the use of this Power of Attorney which may not be used for any other purposes, in order that the same may be effective and legal in Mexico and all other jurisdictions.

WITNESS, my hand and seal this _____ day of _______________ 20_____

Sign here:______________________________

Province:

City:

On this ____ day of _____ _________ ___ personally appeared _________________________

known to me to be the person who signed and executed the within instrument, and by me being duly sworn, manifested and acknowledged to me that (s)he executed the same for the purposes and uses herein expressed.

 

Seal ____________________________________

NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER QUALIFIED TO TAKE OATHS.

 

 Defendant's Special Power of  Attorney: This applies to your spouse only if your spouse is also signing the papers It does not need to be filled out,  but, if signing, your spouse must sign where indicated.  You do not need to have this form Notarized.

DEFENDANT'S SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY

I, _____________________________ residing at ______________________________________ in the City of ______________________ County/Province of __________________________ Country of _________________

married and being in full enjoyment of my civil rights do hereby constitute and appoint DR. ____________________________ or his designee lawyer practicing before the Courts of Mexico my special and lawful attorney to represent me in the legal proceedings instituted or to be instituted in a Court of Mexico by my spouse _______________________ against me for an absolute divorce by reason of the existing incompatibility of temperaments, which makes life together unbearable, to which effect I grant this special power of attorney in order that said attorney may accept for me in my name, personal service in the suit for divorce filed against me, put in for me a personal appearance in said Court: manifest to the Court my express recognition and acceptance of its jurisdiction to hear and try said suit for divorce and in which I am party.

I authorize my Attorney to state to the Court my acceptance of plaintiffs legal submission to its jurisdiction and waiver of any other law that could be applied to this case and also my acceptance of the validity and regularity of the proceedings in said suit for divorce, in which I am expressly putting in my personal appearance through my duly constituted Attorney, and that shall hold as forever valid any decree that is handed down therein.

I direct my said Attorney to submit to the Court for its approval an agreement of separation entered into between myself and the plaintiff and dated _________________ and to request that the Court ratify and affirm the said agreement and direct each of the parties to comply with the terms thereof and notwithstanding such incorporation the provisions of said agreement shall survive the said decree and not merge therein.

I grant to the Attorney herein named such other powers as may be necessary in the divorce proceedings above described including the right to file any appeals required, file cross-actions, challenge Judges and to withdraw same, and, including the right to substitute this mandate and revoke such substitutions, and that I hereby ratify any and all things that may be legally done for me in the use of this Power of Attorney, which may not be used for any other purposes, in order that the same may be effective and legal in Mexico and all other jurisdictions including ________________

WITNESS, my hand and seal this ___ day of _______________20___

 

 

Sign here:______________________________

Province:

City:

On this ____ day of _____ _________ ___ personally appeared _________________________

known to me to be the person who signed and executed the within instrument, and by me being duly sworn, manifested and acknowledged to me that (s)he executed the same for the purposes and uses herein expressed.

 

Seal ____________________________________

NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER QUALIFIED TO TAKE OATHS.

 

 

Affidavit: This applies to you.  You do not need to fill it out,  but you must sign it where indicated. You do not have to have this form Notarized. This also applies to your spouse only if this is a two party case and your spouse is also signing the papers.

AFFIDAVIT

 

 

I/we ____________________________________________________

hereby submit my (our)self (selves) to the jurisdiction of the Courts of the Mexico for the sole purpose of obtaining a divorce. I/we have been advised that if either I or a person I intend to marry is not a US citizen and we plan to go to US Immigration for status that an Apostille is most likely nescssary and I/we must discuss this with you before using the Mexican divorce.

IF APPLICABLE: I certify that my spouse will not submit to the jurisdiction of the Courts of Mexico and will not give consent to a divorce. (If your spouse will also be signing the divorce petition you should ignore this line).

 

I/we acknowledge that Divorce Fast and it's representatives are agents of the INTERNATIONAL LAW OFFICES of Mexico.

Subscribed and sworn to this _______ day of ___________20___.

 

________________________________

Plaintiff's Signature

________________________________

Defendant's Signature

 

 

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Mexican Court Divorce: $995.00

Additional Services:                                                                                             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).

Apostille - $500:

Expedited Service  (10 day service): - $250:

Additional Official Court Copy of the Decree for a Mexican Divorce: $200:

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