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Wills and Probate
It is highly advisable if you own property or other interests in Spain that you have a Spanish will in place.
The consequences of not having a will or relying on an English Will is that it will result in lengthy and costly procedures in administering your Spanish estate. Since 17th August 2015 the law on wills and successions changed in Spain which means that unless otherwise stated the law of where you are habitually resident will apply and therefore your Spanish assets would be dealt with under Spanish law in these circumstances. If you wish English law to apply your will must clearly state this.
Victoria in collaboration with trusted Spanish lawyers and notaries can provide you with a Spanish will which is also in English and thereby give you peace of mind that your beneficiaries' interests will be protected.