A testament, the part of a will relating to personal property, is an important legal document. It is essential to ensure your property is handled according to your wishes after your passing. It is important to seek legal advice to confirm your testament is written correctly and properly reflects your wishes for your property.
When dealing with french testaments, legal assistance is even more imperative as navigating UK and French law together, and issues of cross-border succession can complicate the process further. If you reside in France or have property there, our French will experts can help make sure the right people inherit your property.
At France Tax Law we are experts in both UK and French property, tax, and succession law. We can help you understand your options, working with you to provide a solution that meets your goals. Our service is always tailored to your needs and addresses your specific circumstances to achieve an optimal outcome every time. We strive to make the process as easy as possible and alleviate your beneficiaries' stress at a difficult time.
Our team of highly trained french inheritance law professionals are here to help you. We have a wealth of knowledge and legal expertise to draw from, covering a wide range of areas, including French tax law, property law, succession planning and more.
Our team, including a French-qualified notaire, have more than two decades of combined notarial industry experience. We have worked and developed our law expertise in Law offices in Monaco, Notaires' offices, and Luxembourg's banking industry.
Do you own French property or reside in France? Our French-qualified notaire and team of succession experts can help make sure the intended heir receives your assets. We’ll help you through cross-border inheritance issues, the tax implications and more.
Contact our French will and testaments expert today. Call us on 020 8115 7914
As french law experts, we can provide French testament services for property in France, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and the principality of Monaco. We can advise on matters of inheritance between these areas and the UK.
France Tax Law’s team are well versed in many areas of French and UK law. Our expertise includes the following: