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Attorneys specializing in wills

A will is an act of profound significance, a way of expressing our wishes and ensuring that our assets and personal affairs will be administered according to our wishes once we are no longer present. At our law firm in Granada we understand the importance of this legal document and we are here to guide and advise you through every step of the process. Whether you need to draft a will for the first time, review and update an existing one, or require advice on estate planning issues, we are here to help. Trust our family lawyers in Granada and let us be your legal support in this process.
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Difference between inheritance and will

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Inheritance refers to the set of assets, rights and obligations that a person leaves behind after his or her death. These assets and liabilities form the estate of the decedent and, in accordance with the law or the will, are transferred to his or her legal heirs or designated beneficiaries. The assets that make up an estate may include property, bank accounts, investments, jewelry and other assets, while debts and liabilities are also part of the estate and must be addressed during the probate process.


A will is a legal document that allows a person, known as a testator, to express his or her wishes and decisions about how he or she wants his or her property and assets to be distributed after his or her death. Through the will, the testator can name the heirs who will receive his property, appoint a guardian for his minor children and establish other dispositions according to his preferences. The will is a powerful tool that grants autonomy to the testator to decide the destiny of his estate, always within the established legal limits.

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Types of wills

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Holographic will

It is written in the handwriting of the testator, that is, the person who writes and signs it. It does not need to be executed before a notary or witnesses, but in order to be valid it must comply with certain legal requirements established by law.


Notarial open will

This is granted before a notary public and at least two witnesses. The testator expresses his or her will verbally before the notary, who drafts it in a formal document. Then, the testator and the witnesses sign it.


Closed Will

It is also granted before a notary, but differs from the open one in that the testator writes the will personally and keeps it in a sealed envelope, which must be delivered to the notary. The notary issues a document stating that the testator has granted a closed will.