It’s everyone’s wish to be able to enjoy their own assets safely and securely in old age, while at the same time ensuring a stable future for their heirs.
We advise our clients on the appropriate contracts for transferring their assets to their heirs. Our priority is to represent our clients’ interests and ensure that their rights and obligations are clearly defined.
We advise and prepare the following contracts for our clients:
Legal consequences of a contractual transfer:
The property received by the beneficiaries under the above-mentioned contracts does not form part of the grantor’s estate and is not taken into account in determining its value, thus ensuring clarity of ownership and avoiding possible disputes between the heirs.
In order to guarantee the obligations and rights of the grantor in certain cases, we provide for the creation of:
Challenging contracts in court
We also advise and represent clients in disputes concerning the validity of such contracts, usually arising from the non-performance of contractual obligations, the manifest disproportion between the value of the property transferred and the maintenance obligations, or the legal insanity of the grantor.
Deed of gift in the event of death
In a deed of gift in the event of death, the grantor retains ownership of certain property until death, after which it passes to the beneficiary. The grantor can stipulate in the contract that the property subject to the contract does not form a part of the grantor’s estate and is not to be taken into account in determining the value of the estate.