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Declaration of Heirs in Puerto Rico – Part 1 of 2

June 24, 2013 3 comments

I am covering a subject which comes up regularly during my practice.  The main reason for the interest on this subject, is the need to complete the inheritance process as a condition precedent to a sale.

Frequently, heirs ignore the complexities and necessity to deal with inheritance issues on a timely fashion.   I have found that the number one reason for this is the lack of understanding on what to do in Puerto Rico pursuant to our laws.

Through this and other videos and articles, I dispose of the issues commonly presented to my through readers’ questions and clients needs.

Forced Heirs Law in Puerto Rico – An Introduction

August 13, 2012 2 comments

Dear Subscriber:

I present my latest video, this one on the subject of Puerto Rico Foced Heirs Law, a subject I commonly confront in my practice.  Please remember that I welcome any questions or comments on the subject, and perhaps your question can become the subject of my next video or post.

Very truly yours,

Santiago F. Lampón

Estate Planning and Corporations Seminar (Vieques, PR)

December 2, 2007 Leave a comment

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On Saturday, December 1, 2007, our team delivered a seminar in Vieques, at the wonderful El Quenepo Restaurant.  During this seminar, we covered the essential aspects of corporate and inheritance law in Puerto Rico, focusing on idetifying solutions to the particular issues related to owning real estate in Puerto Rico while sharing residency within the continental United States.

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