Last Will  legal document and penIf you have any assets in Spain, it is advisable to have a Spanish Will signed at and legalized by a Public Notary, even if you have already made a Will in your country of origin which covers your worldwide assets.  If you don’t have a Spanish Will, your inheritors would need to appoint solicitors in your own country, request a Probate form the High Court, have it legalized at the Foreign Office and officially translated into Spanish, therefore incurring in extra expenses, and time consuming tasks that can easily be avoided.

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