Once you have bought your property in Italy, you will need to prepare a will to protect your assets in Italy.
You will need to speak to an Italian lawyer to organise this
What you should know about making a Will for your Italian assets
It is best practise to have a separate Italian will for your Italian property. A UK will would be accepted in Italy – if it complies with Italian inheritance law. Currently in Italy you can’t leave your assets to anyone you want, rules of forced heirship require you to leave a certain percentage of your estate to the surviving spouse, children (if any) or to other close relatives (i.e. parents). Under Italian law, the children automatically inherit part of their parents’ estate.
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