Juristic acts performed by minors
Minors can own assets too. For example, based on an inheritance, they may receive property or cash from savings or a life insurance policy.
Minors are particularly vulnerable and so, among other things, legal actions such as accepting an inheritance, buying or selling real estate or other assets, or making a decision on a mortgage lien placed on a minor’s property are subject to certain requirements. These include obtaining a court authorisation to perform the aforementioned juristic acts.
The solicitors of our law firm in Bolzano – South Tyrol, who specialise in family law, will be glad to explain the relevant requirements and support you with the individual steps.
The following solicitors experienced in juristic acts performed by minors matters are available for you:
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