ed wrote at 2015-07-26 18:21:42
It's five years after the question was posted, but the question and answer don't make clear if the person asking the question was contemplating divorce in Mexico or in California. The answer would certainly be true if the divorce were in Mexico, but it does not address what would happen if the divorce were in California, which is a community property state which does not necessarily have to follow the laws of another country when a person submits to jurisdiction for divorce under California law. So it may be that a person can marry in a different state or country under a different law, such as "bienes separados," but if they then elect to divorce in California, the all the previously "separate" property would have to be divided. The person opposed to divorce in California would have to argue that the California venue was not appropriate for the divorce and that the divorce should be done in Mexico.
I can respond to any question related to Mexican Law and common business practices in Mexico. I can also compare and contrast between the American and Mexican legal systems.
Licenciatura en Derecho from the Universidad del Golfo en Cordoba, Veracruz. (Cedula Profesional No. 5713238)
Maestria en Derecho from the Universidad de Cristobal Colon en Veracruz, Veracruz. (Cedula Professional No. 6358321)
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5 years of litigation experience in Mexico.
Education/Credentials Bachelors in Electronic Engineering, California Polytechnic State Univ.
Juris Doctor, Concord University in Los Angeles
Licenciatura en Derecho, Universidad del Golfo, Mexico
Maestria en Derecho, Universidad de Cristobal Colon, Mexico
Doctorado en Derecho (In Progress), Universidad de Cristobal Colon, Mexico