Power Of Attorney In Spain
What is a Power of Attorney?
A power of attorney is a document whereby you appoint and authorise a third party to act on your behalf.
You can specify:
- When the appointment is to operate
- A specific purpose
Power of attorney in Spain
There are different kinds of power of attorney in Spain where by you authorise us to act on your behalf.
- Power of Attorney in Spain (POA in Spain): to act on your behalf before the court and follow the proceeding.
- Penal Power of Attorney: enables us to act on your behalf in specific situations, like buying a property or setting up a company, as well as applying for your NIE or any documents in Spain.
- By having a POA you will not be required to attend any of these proceedings.
Why choose Martin & Perez for your Power of Attorney in Spain?
Martin & Perez offers many benefits to all customers who need help with their Power of Attorney 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 Power of Attorney in Spain.
We have built a strong workforce which spans not only multiple disciplines and areas of expertise, but differing backgrounds too, meaning we can support and represent clients from diverse backgrounds. Our Languages allow us to span the globe and ring a fresh perspective to your case.
Our focus here is on ensuring your case runs smoothly, and providing you access to the best legal service possible, each solicitor experienced in their respective field of expertise and accredited by the Law Society. We’re here to fully support you in your legal case and strive to exceed your expectations at every stage.
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