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Inheritance in the absence of a will in Spain

by David Lorenzo July 30, 2013 Law

INHERITANCE IN THE ABSENCE OF A WILL IN SPAIN In Spain, when there is no will, the Civil Code determines the principles to respond the question, who inherits? Applying to the various possible situations:  If the deceased was unmarried and had no children, the parents inherit. If there are no parents, the siblings; if there are […]

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Importance of Getting a Will

by RyanD July 2, 2013 Wills

Death is inevitable. As morbid as that sounds, every individual should make time to prepare a will. This is a document that the testator prepares so that in the event that they pass on the estate executor can fulfill their wishes as they were spelled out in the will. Property should be allocated to the […]

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What Happens If A Florida Parent Dies Without A Will?

by Legal Author March 1, 2013 Wills

Don’t Leave Your Child’s Future in the Hands of the State (Guest author Jessica Velasco works for a Clearwater probate lawyer.) Writing your will probably isn’t something you think about on a daily basis.  But if you don’t have a will, you should be thinking about it.  One you are gone, you are free from […]

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It Might Never Happen… But Just in Case

by HighStreetLawyer February 3, 2012 Estate Planning

“And so it stays just on the edge of vision, A small, unfocused blur, a standing chill That slows each impulse down to indecision. Most things may never happen: this one will.”   Says Philip Larkin in his poem ‘Aubade’. He is referring to death but he could just as readily have been referring to […]

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