Affidavit Spain. GB Abogados regularly provide affidavits of Spanish law to international clients.
What is an affidavit?
An affidavit is a written statement of facts which is sworn before an officer who has authority to administer an oath.
The word affidavit is latin meaning “he has stated an oath.”
The person making the signed statement takes an oath that the contents are true to the best of their knowledge.
Gascón Bernabéu are able to provide an affidavit relating to Spanish law. The document is drafted and signed by our qualified lawyers.
The document can be provided in Spanish, English or French.
Why might I need an affidavit of law?
Affidavit can be required for a wide variety of reasons.
In our experience the most common involves wills and inheritance.
However, we frequently draft affidavits for clients in relation to:
- Court proceedings
- Inheritance disputes
- Family law matters
- Corporate law
- Property related issues
How is the affidavit Spain formatted?
The affidavit can be provided in Spanish, English or French.
The document will be drafted by one of our experienced solicitors and confirm the individuals qualification.
The affidavit explains the relevant Spanish law relating to the requirement of the document.
The affidavit is then signed and sealed by the solicitor.
Clients receive a copy via email and the original through the post.
How long does it take to draft an affidavit of law?
Gascón Bernabéu understand that in many circumstances, time is of the essence.
Once we have all the required information, we can usually produce the document within 3-4 working days.
If the situation is urgent, such as for a court hearing, we can provide the document at short notice.
How do I proceed?
Please contact us to discuss your requirements for the affidavit of Spanish law.
We will explain how we can assist and provide a fixed fee quotation for doing so.