Jesus Eduardo Arias was born in Los Angeles California in 1980. As the oldest of three brothers in a family of University Professors, he grew up in the small city of Tepic Nayarit Mexico. During the years of his adolescence, Jesus Eduardo Arias was always bonded to the United States Culture as he always spent his summers as a student in City and Community Colleges of Southern California, studying English and American History.
On July 2004, Jesus Eduardo Arias earned his law degree from the Autonomous University of The State of Nayarit. During his studies, he was always noted for its excellent academic, and his passion for the issues of private international law.
On December 2007, Jesús Eduardo Arias graduated from (University of San Diego School of Law). “USD”. At USD Mr. Arias also obtained a Masters in Law degree, focused in International & Comparative Law. During his graduate studies, Mr. Arias shared his experiences in the area of International Law with fellow lawyers from Germany, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, North Korea, England, United States and France, among others. The title “Lex Legum Magister” (Master of Laws), “LL.M.”, was awarded to Mr. Arias on December 4, 2007.
On November 2009, Jesus Eduardo Arias was certified by the State Bar of California, as a “Foreign Legal Consultant in the Laws of Mexico.”
On January 2010, Jesus Eduardo Arias started to handle cases as an International Law counselor serving the community in Southern California, in relation to cases of special nature such as the following:
Restitution of abducted children to the place of their habitual residence, under the Hague Convention, on civil aspects of International Child Abduction.
Recognition in Mexico of Superior Court of California Judgments for dissolution of marriage. (Enforcement of California Court’s Judgments in Mexico)
Recognition in Mexico of a California Superior Court Order of Adoption about a Mexican Child. (Enforcement of California Superior Court’s Judgment in Mexico).
Petitions under Mexican Intestacy laws for the benefit of United States Citizens with rights as heirs of a Mexican national relative.