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Inheritance claims and power of attorney

Could your dreams of enjoying Spain, its climate and lifestyle, be taken over by a series of unfortunate events? We plan for our retirement, we look forward to putting the alarm clock away and then – we’ve all heard the stories, “He had his retirement party on the Friday, was dead on the Saturday.” It […]

Power of attorney: The easy way to your Spanish property

Whether you are able to travel to Spain or not, the power of attorney can make the process of buying a property here a lot easier. In this article we explain what it is and how to go about making one. A power of attorney or ‘Poder Notarial’ is a written authorisation that allows someone […]

The power of attorney in Spain

If you are wanting to buy a property in Spain but are finding it difficult to spend the necessary time out here, there are other options. Not everyone finds it convenient to spend time waiting for the lawyers to complete the necessary searches, checks and contracts. Perhaps particularly the case if you are buying a […]

The power of attorney makes it easier to buy Spanish property

Once you have found the property you’d like to buy in Spain, you want it to proceed as quickly as possible. The buying process requires a number of signatures and appearances at the Spanish notary. Depending on where you are living, this can present problems and if you are a non-resident it can be particularly […]

Power of Attorney and Validation of Spanish legal documents

A Power of Attorney, called a ‘Poder Notarial’ in Spanish, is a written authorisation to represent somebody in any kind of legal matters or transactions. For example: purchase of a property sale of a property probate in Spain obtaining a Spanish NIE number Power of Attorney is normally granted in favour of someone you trust […]

Validation of legal documents in Spain

A Power of Attorney in Spain, called a ‘Poder Notarial’ in Spanish, is a document by which you name a trusted person to represent you in certain transactions. For example, you might have someone to represent you to enable: purchase of a property sale of a property distribution of inheritance obtaining a Spanish NIE number […]

Validation of legal documents

A Power of Attorney in Spain, called a ‘Poder Notarial’ in Spanish, is a document by which you name a trusted person to represent you in certain transactions. For example, you might have someone to represent you to enable: purchase of a property sale of a property distribution of inheritance obtaining a Spanish NIE number). […]