Information about VISA requirements for Spain following the UK leaving the Eurpean Union.
Details of the benefits of a power of attorney during the Covid 19 pandemic.
Advice on when you might require a Spanish Will.
The second part of our blog post on buying property in Spain.
Despite the uncertainty created by the Brexit, British citizens have not given up their dream of buying a house in sunny Spain. It is true that they are not buying as much as before, but they are still buying second homes and looking for a place to retire or a place to spend family holidays.
In our previous post we started to study the inheritance process when are Spanish properties involved. In this second post, we will see how to deal with it when there is a Will and what steps have to be done in Spain.
More and more British citizens have holiday properties in Spain. Some of them, move to Spain for their retirement. So, when they die, their relatives don’t have to deal with the inheritance just in UK, but also in Spain.
Dealing with legal problems is not an easy way. Specially if these legal issues are between two countries with very different legal systems as Spain and United Kingdom. However, this kind of problems are more and more often nowadays, as we are living in an international and connected environment.