Succession Lawyers in Malta
Over the years, the Maltese Civil Code provisions have evolved hand in hand with social changes and today adequately cater for all aspects of inheritance in Malta. The Civil Code provides for testate succession (where the deceased left a will), intestate succession (where no will was left), the reserved portion (previously known as the ‘legitim’) in favour of children and the surviving spouse, for legacies and various other articles regulating the manner in which one’s estate is to devolve.
At IURIS we advise heirs, legatees
Where estates comprise immovable property, heirs must declare this by means of a public deed and pay thereon the relative stamp duty at a rate which varies depending on a number of circumstances. Fiscal benefits may be derived for timely declarations.
IURIS, a Malta Succession Law Firm, is geared to provide this service in a prompt and efficient manner by drafting the relative deeds and where necessary, appearing on behalf of clients by means of a power of attorney.
Testamentary executors and administrators
IURIS lawyers have provided assistance to testamentary executors and administrators involved in the administration and partition of estates, advising on their obligations, rights
Liquidation and partition of an inheritance
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The Trusts and Trustees Act enables the setting up of trusts for succession purposes. IURIS practitioners may help in both the setting up a succession trust and its regular and daily administration. We also offer advice to settlers, beneficiaries and trustees alike. For more information please refer to Trusts, foundations and voluntary
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