Liste de contrôle pour la loi de succession italienne
Italian Inheritance: Wills
Le cabinet d’avocats De Tullio peut vous aider à effectuer la répartition légale des actifs dans le respect de la procédure italienne sur les successions, qu’il s’agisse de s’assurer du droit des héritiers légitimes ou de la répartition des actifs faisant l’objet de la succession.
Nous pouvons nous assurer du fait que les biens soient distribués entre les héritiers légitimes.
Nous pouvons vous aider à faire un inventaire des biens des défunts et vous aider à vous mettre en contact avec les autorités compétentes concernées pour compléter tout le dossier de la succession.
Italian Inheritance: Probate
De Tullio Law Firm can assist you throughout the probate process, guiding you through the administration of the estate of a deceased person and the distribution of property according to the Will or to the Italian law.
In case you are nominated as heir, we can assist you during the publication of the Will.
We can handle the probate procedure and support with payment of debts or taxes related to the estate.
We can ensure that inheritance assets are assigned in compliance with the Will or with the Italian inheritance law.
We can, where necessary, assist in liaising with the competent fiscal authorities, collecting documentation, provide translations and provide assistance in appointing a Notary Public if necessary.
Italian Inheritance: Distribution of Assets
De Tullio Law Firm can assist in the legal distribution of assets relating to the Italian Inheritance procedure, from ensuring entitlement to the rightful heirs to distribution of inherited assets.
We can make sure that assets are distributed amongst rightful heirs.
We can assist in making an inventory of the deceased’s assets and help establish contact with the relevant competent authorities to complete the whole succession procedure.
Italian Inheritance: Litigation
De Tullio Law Firm can assist you where there may be disputes concerning an inheritance matter.
We can do so helping you reaching a settlement agreement when possible, or, if necessary, before the Italian Courts.
Italian Inheritance: Arbitration
Inheritance matters can be very complex and can generate harsh disputes due to the emotional aspects which are frequently involved.
De Tullio Law Firm has an experienced team of professionals who can help find the best possible solutions preventing costly and stressful litigations in Court.
Whenever possible, we prefer to privilege alternative disputes resolutions because we strongly believe that litigation should only be considered as a last resort solution.
Italian Inheritance: Estate Planning
De Tullio Law Firm can advise you with planning your inheritance matters during your lifetime suggesting solutions which are compliant with Italian succession legislation and tax efficient.
Italian Inheritance: Taxes
De Tullio Law Firm can assist you with all Italian Inheritance Tax procedures connected with a death, including payment of Inheritance tax.
Such procedures are compulsory according to Italian law and must be started within one year since the decease of the testator.
This implies lodging the statement of succession with the competent tax authorities also paying the connected inheritance tax.
Compliance with this procedure represents an essential condition that the heirs should meet in order to receive the inheritance assets.
We can advise you on Italian Inheritance tax payable should you inherit assets in Italy.
Italian Inheritance: Lasting Power of Attorney
Don’t wait for an emergency to happen before putting a Lasting Power of Attorney, Procura Generale in Italian, in place. You can only put one in place while you don’t need it. Having a Lasting Power of Attorney will make life easier for your family to manage your affairs if you become incapacitated.
You should be extremely careful about who you chose as your agent. You are delegating the management of your legal and financial affairs to someone else. Hence, it is extremely important that you entrust these matters to a reliable and competent person, preferably a professional. Appointing anyone who does not have enough experience or with whom you might have a conflict of interests is highly inadvisable.