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José Magadán spanish attorney
You are right, the widow has the right to keep the usufructo of the house for all her live or to ask for one quarter 1/4 of the inheritage and she could decide in one year
The best in this cases is to ell her the propiety even in a little money if he decides to keep the usufructo for all her live
Usufructo is the right to live there for all her live and the inheridators has to pay the taxes of the propiety i n short words
I will be here if needed
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX need to have an idea of how much inheritance tax, etc. we the children would have to pay if we decided to accept the inheritance. Again, the flat is in Cataluna and its value is about 500 000 Euros
In order to know about taxes and expenses I could not know without the study of the case and this study must be done with the documents, catastral values, ages of the inheridators, and a lot of more information
Spanish law allows to the inheridators to claim for the inheritage in a way who at the last moment thet will know if they accept the heritage or not. Its call herencia a beneficio de inventario
The only advice I could give you know its that your sons contac a local attorney or even notario who will study their chances
May be its not cheap but the study requires alot of hours
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