Real Estate and inheritance laws in Puerto Rico
As Real Estate Attorneys in Puerto Rico we offer complete legal services, to include Puerto Rico Notary Public services. Our attorneys will walk you through the process of how to buy, sell or rent real estate in Puerto Rico. Some of the real estate matters that we usually attend to include:
Powers of Attorney: In order to use a Power of Attorney in Puerto Rico to buy or sell real estate located in Puerto Rico, the same needs to be prepared in accordance with Puerto Rico Laws, except for Military Powers of Attorney that are prepared strictly under Federal Law. If you need to prepare a power of attorney that complies with Puerto Rico Law, contact our offices or write to email@example.com
Inheritance: You should contact a Puerto Rico Real Estate Attorney If you have inherited real estate and other assets or property located in Puerto Rico. In order to register your rights to property and other assets, certain legal formalities need to be complied with. If you inherited via a will, and the will was executed outside of Puerto Rico, if the executed will is not contrary to Puerto Rico law, the Puerto Rico Real Estate Attorney will help in the process to validate the same. The Real Estate Attorney will file in court a legal action called Exequator.
If no will exists, a Puerto Rico Real Estate Attorney can assist you in determining your rights to real estate and other property located in Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico Inheritance Laws provide the rules for inheritance for the property located in Puerto Rico when no will exists. If you are the heir and have legally established your right to inherit in accordance with the laws of Puerto Rico, you need to secure a Puerto Rico Inheritance Tax document from the Puerto Rico Treasury Department before you can complete the process of registering your rights to real estate and other assets located in Puerto Rico. A Puerto Rico Real Estate Attorney can assist in all of this process. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office for a free initial consultation.
You may also want to consult a Puerto Rico Real Estate Attorney or Notary Public if your real estate needs involve Renting Contracts; Purchase and Sale Deeds; Mortgages; Cancelation of Mortgages; notes; Probate; Wills or Trusts in Puerto Rico. Call us for a free initial consultation or write to email@example.com