Deceased Estates in Spain

What is a deceased estate?

A deceased estate refers to the property and assets of a person who has passed away. This can include assets such as real estate, personal belongings, money.

What is the role of an executor/executrix?

A person appointed as executor/executrix in a Will is endowed with the responsibility to administer the deceased estate. This involves collecting and managing the deceased’s estates in Spain, paying debts and allocating estate assets to beneficiaries. The role can be challenging and intricate.

Who should be appointed as executor/executrix?

Most people appoint their partners as executor/executrix of their estate, with their children acting jointly as backup executors and trustees. In the event that children are too young to act or are not suitable (for any reason) then third parties are chosen as the executors or back up executors. Lawyers, accountants and family friends (preferably with business or accounting experience) are often selected.

Why choose Martin & Perez for your deceased estates in Spain?

Martin & Perez offers many benefits to all customers who need help with their deceased estates in Spain, including over 20 years of experience, a dedicated English speaking team with a wealth of knowledge in law, competitive prices and a hands on approach making sure we always deliver results.

Martin & Perez have spent years, and solved numerous cases gaining the respect and trust of our clients. Whether it’s a business, an individual or any other case, Martin & Perez will always help with your deceased estates in Spain

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