With the experienced team of qualified English lawyers and Spanish Abogados, you can be assured of a personal, service to provide you with a Spanish will and if you also choose to have a ‘Letter of Wishes’ to be certain that your intentions are followed when you pass away.
Our lawyers are here to provide you with these services, they are qualified and certified in Spain and you should only use a qualified Spanish lawyer to carry out this process.
When the time comes, you can be certain that your loved ones will have the correct paperwork and everything they need to help them handle your estate.
You can start the process here online by following the link to the required application form, this online service offers a simple way for you to start the process, one of our team will then be in contact with you to cover the requirements for producing the necessary documentation that the Spanish authorities will need.
We will also help and advise you to mitigate any potential Spanish inheritance tax implications and can be available to ensure your wishes are carried out.
When providing you with the advice and service of making a will, we then will discuss if it is the correct time to set up a Lasting Power of Attorney a document that allows someone to manage your affairs if you are ever unable to do so.
Lasting Power of Attorney for Spain will make things easier.
The relevant Spanish legal documentation to help someone you trust to manage your affairs if you are unable to do so – this could be in relation to your property and financial affairs or your health and welfare.
Lasting power of attorney in Spain to cover:
Your property and financial affairs
Your health and welfare
Protecting your Spanish assets and making things easier for your loved ones
Dealing with your Spanish assets upon death can be a daunting task, the language barrier, and dealing with the Spanish authorities. At such a stressful time it is important to think about who will look after these affairs.
Let us help you plan to make life easier for those concerned when the time comes.
Producing a letter of wishes for your Spanish belongings
Whilst a letter of wishes is not a legally binding document, it accompanies your will and is an extremely useful document to provide clarity to the executor of your estate. It should outline where you would like your belongings to go to and who would you like to have what from your personal items such as family heirlooms, antiques, furniture or jewellery).