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Wills: Public Open and Public Closed, Holograph
Waiver to Receive Inheritance

The General Consul is authorized to act as Notary Public in certain acts, such as powers of attorney, wills and resignation of inheritance rights.

Any person or corporation having her residence or its principal place of business within the States of New York, Connecticut, or New Jersey may appear before the General Consulate of Mexico in the City of New York to grant a power of attorney in order to be represented in Mexico for lawsuits and collections, in the administration of a property or interest, or in the purchase, mortgage, donation or selling of properties located in Mexico.

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    Resignation to receive inheritance by legal waiver

The Legal Department for Powers of Attorney and Notary Public Acts offers service to Mexican citizens and foreign citizens. For information in Spanish regarding our consular services, click here.