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Maureen from Newcastle

Making a spanish will and inheritance tax

spanish will
02 May 2010 @ 14:06

Hi I'm Maureen and would like to ask anyone if they are in my position.  I have re-married and my husband has no children.  I have 2 from a previous marriage and wondered whether I can make my own will and leave my half share to my children or whether it has to all go to my husband.  The deeds are in joint names!!!



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Sue said:
02 May 2010 @ 14:09

Hi Maureen

This is something that we are currently looking at, so I will post something when I have checked it out. My understanding is that Spanish Inheritance Tax actually favours children not spouses, however if you don´t have a Spanish will it could get complicated. John and I have been married before and have 3 children each, so we both want to leave our half to our children, however we don´t want the surviving partner to be forced to sell either!


MAria said:
03 May 2010 @ 12:50

Maureen and Sue:

I would be very pelased to give a reply to your questions, could you please email me to: web@costaluzlawyers.es?

Best regards,

Maria


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