Estate Planning in Mexico

Estate Planning in Mexico

US$19.95

This guide offers key information and a road map that helps foreign residents plan their affairs so that their wishes have legal force if they die in Mexico.

Description

How Foreign Residents Can Protect their Interests and their Assets

Number of Pages: 60
Printable: Yes
Document Format: PDF

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How will my estate and loved ones be affected when I die in Mexico?

It’s a simple question with complex answers, and taking the time to consider your present circumstances and plan for your passing in Mexico will ensure that your loved ones will not be left dealing with complex legal matters, and that your assets and other interests are dealt with according to your wishes when you die.

This guide offers key information and a road map that will help foreign residents living in Mexico to plan their affairs and put their house in good order so that their wishes have legal force when they die.

This guide will help you to confront a number of essential matters which, in turn, will help you to plan your estate in Mexico, for example:

  • Will you need a Mexican will, even if you have one drawn up in another country?
  • What other documents should you prepare and sign?
  • What will happen to any property you may have acquired in Mexico?
  • Have you considered appointing an attorney-in-fact, and what options are available?
  • How does your legal residence status affect your estate when you die?
  • What is the role of your country’s consulate, and how will your next-of-kin be notified?

These are just some of the questions this guide addresses and which will serve as a basis for important conversations with your own lawyer and local Notary Public.

This guide intends to stimulate thought-trains that you need to set in motion to begin to get your affairs in order; it will also help you to consider how any existing intentions you have legalized abroad will be affected by you living in Mexico, and what steps you may have to consider to ensure that your wishes are legally enforceable under Mexican law.

A remarkable number of foreigners living in Mexico have never considered the implications on their loved ones and their estate if they die in Mexico, and of those that have, many have applied the very-Mexican manaña principle to addressing the matter.

There is no better time to start planning for the inevitable than right now, and by taking action today your loved ones will be grateful and your interests will be better served. This guide is intended to be a catalyst and a road map to help you plan your estate in Mexico.

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Product Type: eBook
Author(s): Murry Page
Number of Pages: 60
Printable: Yes
Document Format: PDF
Publisher: Murry E. Page
Publication Date: 11 January 2016

Look Inside: Estate-Planning-in-Mexico-PREVIEW

US$19.95