Power Of Attorney
Individuals are often unable to appear before the Notary Public in Spain to sign a public deed or other legals document.
When this is the case, it is recommended to draft a Power of Attorney transferring relevant legal powers to the individual appointed or to the Lawyers in our Firm.
This document can be prepared MATA Lawyers and authorized by a foreign or Spanish Notary Public or Spanish Consulate.
A Power of Attorney can also be very helpful if one is unable to take care of his/her own financial affairs, for reasons such as extended travel or illness. The Power of Attorney becomes even more important in the event of mental incapacity. In this case it will provide safety as the person appointed could take care of the management and any other financial decision on behalf of the client.-