POWER OF ATTORNEY FORM IN SPANISH
A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document or written authorisation that must be signed in front of a Notary by which you empower an experienced and trustworthy person to act on your behalf in legal matters or transactions.
POWER OF ATTORNEY ABROAD
If you cannot come to Spain, you can make a POA in your own country by visiting a Notary Public.
Reuters Solicitors in Spain will draft the document in a bilingual version so that the notary can identify parties, witness you signing the document and give faith about it.
Once the POA is signed, it will be sent to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London or Milton Keynes for The Hague Apostille to be attached to the Notarised document.
POWER OF ATTORNEY EXAMPLE IN SPANISH
REUTERS SOLICITORS drafts the Power of Attorney in double column, English and Spanish, so that you know exactly what powers you are signing over to our lawyer/s. Moreover, this form will save you money as you will not need a ‘Sworn’ translator of the document.
An Apostille is a certification for authenticating documents for use in foreign countries.
An apostille is placed directly on the POA document in the form of a 9×9 centimetre stamp and must always be titled “Apostille” (Hague Convention of 1961).