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Spanish Will in Corralejo
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Can anyone advise on the average cost of a Spanish will and if there's anyone in Corralejo they'd recommend that provides this service? I'm assuming it goes through a Notaria.

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(07-08-2021, 10:56 AM)Pandali Wrote: Can anyone advise on the average cost of a Spanish will and if there's anyone in Corralejo they'd recommend that provides this service? I'm assuming it goes through a Notaria.

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Cannot recommend on in Coralejo as we had ours done in Caleta, but yes a notary, cost was €50, other things to consider .A. we had ours done so tit was executed under British law, as certain aspects of what Spanish law allows did not suit our requirements, whether if you have a wife, whether you need separate wills, which is no longer required. Good luck.
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I would recommend ADR just off the Main Street. Phone number is 928 867 467 or 928 867 755. The company is Aguado Damsell Reguera. Jacobo is the solicitor, they organised our wills over 15 years ago and even sent someone with us to the Notary office when we had to do the swearing of oath. The legal official will is in Spanish and a translation supplied with it. It only covers our Spanish property. We have an Irish will that covers everything in Ireland and references the Spanish will.




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I'd recommend Fuerteventura Law in Puerto del Rosario. They drew up the will and then we had to go to the Notary for signing.
http://www.fuerteventuralaw.com/contacto.html
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I would second the recommendation for ADR but the office is now closed for holidays.  They reopen on the 21st August.  Email is info@adrlawters.net. Claire (English) is the receptionist, amongst many other things. 

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I can't recommend ADR in Corralejo due to bad experiences with them.
I can't recommend Glex in Puerto due to bad experience with them. 
I do recommend Fuerteventura Law in Puerto. Louise, English, is great to deal with.
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Thanks Can,

Currently dealing with Jacobo regarding another matter. It's only the property I want sorted also as we have our Scottish wills. Had been quoted 350 euros for Spanish wills which I thought was a little over the market price to what I'd heard previously.

Thanks to all for the replies, much appreciated.
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(07-08-2021, 11:55 AM)Can the Man Wrote: I would recommend ADR just off the Main Street. Phone number is 928 867 467 or 928 867 755. The company is Aguado Damsell Reguera. Jacobo is the solicitor, they organised our wills over 15 years ago and even sent someone with us to the Notary office when we had to do the swearing of oath. The legal official will is in Spanish and a translation supplied with it. It only covers our Spanish property. We have an Irish will that covers everything in Ireland and references the Spanish will.




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Last year we got a quote of €250 from ADR.
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These quotes IMHO are ridiculous, we paid 50€, sent a translated copy to a friend in England who is a solicitor, absolutely no problems whatsoever.
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(08-08-2021, 12:10 PM)Johnrgby Wrote: These quotes IMHO are ridiculous, we paid 50€, sent a translated copy to a friend in England who is a solicitor, absolutely no problems whatsoever.

I agree, in fact we didn't proceed. When in England, we paid £50 for one, less than 10 years ago.
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