Pellicer & Heredia – Is a Spanish will obligatory?

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Pellicer & Heredia - Is a Spanish will obligatory

Q: Is a Spanish will obligatory when you have assets in Spain?

A: No, however it is highly recommended that you make a Spanish legal will for several reasons.

It is the best form of planning your inheritance.

It guarantees your assets in Spain will be regulated by your national law.

It allows you to include in your will the heirs that you choose, rather than compulsory heirs.

You can choose if you want to include just your Spanish assets or your worldwide assets.

For more information contact us today on 965 480 737 or 606 056 282 or Email  info@pellicerheredia.com.

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The information provided in this article is not intended to be legal advice, but merely conveys general information related to legal issues.

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PELLICER & HEREDIA is one of Spain’s most dynamic law firms, consisting of a multi-skilled staff, fluent in English and with many years of experience in dealing with Spanish law. In addition, a substantial amount of our work has an international aspect. We regularly act for foreign companies and private individuals representing their interests in Spain on both transactional and litigation matters. If you have any further questions about this or any other legal matter, please do not hesitate to contact us - we have a team of experts standing by to assist you in any way we can. Call 965 480 737 or email info@pellicerheredia.com

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