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Post by CHAPALITA on Thu Apr 30, 2015 1:09 am

LIVING WILL

It is a document you have to sign with a Notary Public, where you appoint 2 people who will be able to take medical decisions in your behalf. In order to do that, first of all you need to make an appointment, take with you passport and FM, and the names of the people you appointed as is in their passport.
You have to get 3 originals documents, one for both of you, (Wife and husband) one for the other person, and the third one you can give it to your doctor. Remember you have to attach a page with their phone numbers, so that he will be able to contact them if it is necessary.

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Post by CHAPALITA on Thu Apr 30, 2015 3:39 pm

WILL
If you own a property in México, you have to have a will, and it can be in both languages. If the property is under both names (Wife and husband) Then both will need it. You have to make an appointment, and bring with you passport and FM (Permanent, temporary or tourist visa). Fill out a form with the information, and If possible, bring your deed as well, to find out if you have designated beneficiary in the deed, if so, probably you do not need a will. He will let you know it.

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Post by zenwoodle on Thu Apr 30, 2015 11:04 pm

Is it just me, or do these postings sound like advertorials? Beer
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Post by CanuckBob on Fri May 01, 2015 7:47 am

It is OK. Chapalita works for a local Notary and can assist with answering some Notary related legal questions.
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Post by Intercasa on Fri May 01, 2015 10:15 am

There are estate planning techniques that you can use and include wills, life estates and trusts. Depends on how much you have to save and spend. Also you need to think about capital gains for your heirs. Younger people with kids can benefit by making their home judgment proof to protect against unforeseen suits and claims.
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Post by CHAPALITA on Mon May 04, 2015 3:13 pm

Thank you CanuckBob and Spencer, how are you been???.
As you know I work in a Notary Public, and I found out there are people who dont know they need to make a will if they have a property in mexico, or some of them doesn't know the advantage of use the beneficiary clause in the deed.... I am not a Lawyer but I have been working 7 years at the Notary Public, so I think I can give you the basic information and/or you can give us a call.
I will be writing some informatives notes, no advertorials.. =) if some of you find it useful, fine.
I just want to help.

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