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When we have assets in two countries, the best is to make one will and inscribed it even translated with need it at the register for it in each country
So, one will, for both countries
When we make two differents wills, the problems will become real for sure
José M spanish atorney
I only own bank accounts in the USA where my 20 yr old son is the sole named beneficiary. Even if I make no USA will he still gets it by simply showing my death certificate. Is that not correct?
Well, if there is just one beneficiary may be no problms risk, but in all cases my advice is to inscribe the will in both countries
What does it mean to "inscribe"? Do you mean, I can have a USA lawyer witness my signature and then I can take the same will to Trinidad and have my Trinidad lawyer also witness it at another date.
Well, that all you need them
That was that I meant To make it legal