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Succession

After the death of a loved one, it comes the time for the appropriate legal formalities.

Our team of lawyers will work to optimise your tax savings.

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Purpose: Collection of personal data in order to be able to attend to your request.

Legitimation: Subject’s consent

Recipients: No data will be disclosed to third parties, unless required by law.

Rights: Access, rectify or delete data, as well as other rights, as explained in the additional information.

Experts in inheritance and succession

At ANTEO ETL Global we help you in the settlement of inheritances and we support you throughout the whole process.

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We answer all your questions and assist you in all the procedures.

Did the deceased make a will? What rights do I have as an heir? What is rightfully mine?

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We solve setbacks, inheritance without any complications.

We help you to solve the problems that arise during the process. Is one of the heirs refusing to sign? Is there a blockage that prevents progress due to family quarrels or disagreements on the distribution?

Trust in our experience: You will always be attended by an expert in inheritance and succession.

We have more than 30 years of experience. Our team is made up of specialist lawyers, offering you maximum transparency and the best possible option. You are in good hands.

INHERITANCE AND SUCCESSION

Write to us without any obligation

Our professional will assist you throughout the whole procedure and will do whatever is needed to maximise your tax savings.

Read more about GPDR compliance

Responsible: Anteo ETL

Purpose: Collection of personal data in order to be able to attend to your request.

Legitimation: Subject’s consent

Recipients: No data will be disclosed to third parties, unless required by law.

Rights: Access, rectify or delete data, as well as other rights, as explained in the additional information.

How do we do it?

Our professionals will assist you throughout the whole procedure, answer all your questions and will do whatever is needed to solve any to resolve any conflicts that may arise.

FIRST PHASE

Upon confirmation of the death of our relative or loved one, we must obtain the death certificate. This document issued by the Civil Registry certifies the death of the person.

SECOND PHASE

After obtaining the death certificate, we must proceed to obtain the certificate of last will and testament. This certificate states the wishes and wills of the deceased regarding the distribution of the inheritance and whether or not the deceased made a will.

THIRD PHASE

In order to find out if we are beneficiaries of a life insurance policy related to the death of the deceased, we must obtain the insurance certificate.

FOURTH PHASE

At this point, we need to distinguish between the obligation to handle an inheritance with will or without will. If more than one will has been made, only the last one will remain valid, thus revoking those made previously.

FIFHT PHASE

In the event that no will appears in the act of last will and testament of the deceased, the law itself determines who the legitimate heirs are. This would be an intestate succession and, in this case, in contrast to an inheritance with a will, it will be necessary to grant a declaration of heirs.

SIXTH PHASE

Next, we will analyse the aspects relating to the quantification of the inheritance. The quantification of the inheritance is carried out by drawing up an inventory of the inheritance in which the assets and rights, as well as the obligations and debts of the deceased, are included. At this point, the decision to accept or renounce the inheritance is taken.

SEVENTH PHASE

In relation to the payment of inheritance tax, it should be highlighted that the deadline stipulated in the regulations for paying this tax is 6 months from the date of death of the deceased. Notwithstanding, there is the possibility of requesting an extension of 6 additional months.

EIGHTH PHASE

In the case of acquiring an urban property, the Tax on the Increase in Value of Urban Land (“IIVTNU”), popularly known as municipal capital gains tax, is also due. This tax charges the increase in the value of the property from the time of acquisition by the testator until the transfer to the heir.

Rosana Acosta

Rosana Acosta

MORE THAN 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

Tax advisors and business consultancy

We have a team of professionals specialized in inheritance matters that will carry out all the necessary inheritance acceptance procedures, and will assist you and provide you with the necessary services to successfully carry out all the procedures.

INHERITANCE AND SUCCESSION

Write to us without any obligation.

Our professionals will assist you throughout the whole procedure, and will do whatever is needed to help you in the management of your inheritance.

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