Wills in Spain, they are important!

  • June 24, 2011

Recently, I had an interesting case relating to Wills in Spain. One of my clients inherited a property in Spain from her husband.  However, despite my advice her husband never made a Spanish Will and he sadly died a month ago.  This meant that my client...

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Inheritance Law Spain

  • December 14, 2011

Spanish inheritance law and procedure are totally different to that applicable to common-law systems such as in the UK. There are also differences with regard to other European countries and Spanish inheritance tax laws differ between the regional authori...

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Appointing an Executor for Spanish Wills

  • April 10, 2012

Normally, in Spain, Spaniards only appoint an Executor for their Wills when they are really wealthy. Certainly, you are not obliged by Spanish Law to appoint an Executor. It may sound a good idea to have an Executor for your Spanish Will but you need to t...

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Mental incapacity in Spain, what to do

  • April 14, 2012

Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for people, particularly as they get older, to suffer from mental incapacity.  Equally, of course, this sad state can occur through severe accidents. Either way, mental incapacity in Spain can lead to many problems for ...

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