The webinar aims to clarify the hereditary aspects of Italians living abroad.
The first appointment will analyze the elements of succession practices: legitimate inheritance; testamentary inheritance; who are the heirs and to what portion of the inheritance are they entitled?; what happens if I reside abroad and inherit property in Italy?
The second appointment will address what happens to those who live abroad and want to donate their assets: What are the limits of legitimate inheritance? What are the limits of testamentary inheritance? Who can inherit? What national legislation does it rule? What taxation is applicable?
Atty. Carmine Manzione
Graduate in Law, expert in civil litigation, expert in banking and tax law, as well as in the administration and management of entrepreneurial activities or other subjects, including associations. Professional with proven work experience in the non-profit sector, expert in Management Law, Communication, Negotiation and Sports Law.
Bc. Stanislao Filice
Over the years I have developed skills primarily in managerial and financial matters, which has allowed me to be able to give support in the resolution of complex problems, even in the case of debts to the tax authorities, as well as being able to reconcile business and interpersonal skills to support development policies of the companies.
The people I have worked with have always recognized analytical capacity as well as moral integrity and ethics.
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Which Italian Embassies in Europe are entitled to validate a power of attorney?
The special power of attorney, as explained in the webinair, can only be issued by certain professional figures.
Once the power of attorney to the deed has been drafted, in order to be valid in Italy, it must be :
– apostille if the official issuing the power of attorney belongs to a country party to the Hague Apostille Convention,
– proceed to the legalization procedure.
Under special agreements it is possible not to affix Hague Apostilles or legalization for documents issued by the following states: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Latvia (for documents issued after 31/10/2010), Luxembourg, Netherlands (extended to Netherlands Antilles and Aruba), Poland, Portugal, Turkey.
For documents therefore that must be submitted to authorities in the indicated states, a sworn, unlegalized translation is sufficient.
Documents drawn up by diplomatic and consular representatives of the following countries are exempt from legalization:
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, San Marino, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Hungary.
In all other countries, the internal and then external legalization process at any Italian Embassy will be followed.
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