Re: Re: spanish inheritance tax rules



@shakeel wrote:

“my advice is that you discuss your case with a professional legal advisor in a proper manner.

Yes, sound advise. Where do you find a professional legal advisers ? The ones that are locked up or the ones who gives advise that is detrimental to their clients and only benefit the so called professionals or the ones who taken clients money, or the ones that do not reply to emails, letters, phone calls or the ones who do not refund clients money.

Maybe the ” colegio de abagados” can recommend a lawyer who is related to the staff working there at the colegio !!!!!!!!!!!!


I agree that there are many lawyers/tax advisors who don’t deliver a proper quality service, I see that every day. However, I don’t think this is different to any other profession (i.e. doctors, architects, etc).

When you feel unsure about the quality of the service you may get from a professional, what I suggest to do (and this is what I do when I need any service from any professional) is to ask recommendation from somebody who I trust who has had a good experience and who could recommend that person. In any event, this will never guarantee 100% that you will get proper service anyway either…

The colegio de abogados will not recommend you an specific lawyer in detriment of the rest, as this is not the colegio de abogados function.