Your Spanish Sworn and Legal Translator
for Private Client matters
ICR Translations helps
Wealth management advisors
Specialist legal translation agencies
strongly focusing on Private Client law
(England & Wales, and Scotland)
WILLS AND SUCCESSION
Grants of Probate (E&W)
Certificates of Confirmation (SCO)
Deeds of variation
PoAs AND INCAPACITY
Continuing and Welfare PoAs (SCO)
Deputyship orders (E&W)
Guardianship orders (SCO)
Forms, reports and statements
Certificates of naturalisation
Certificates of residence
Decrees absolute (E&W)
Extract Decrees of Divorce (SCO)
Separation and cohabitation agreements
Whether you have a translation request, or are looking for a long-term Spanish translation service provider, I can help.
Who is ICR?
Irene Corchado Resmella
Spanish independent translator from Extremadura, working as ICR Translations since 2010. An English<>Spanish sworn translator, appointed by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Wills and succession specialist across three jurisdictions (England & Wales, Spain, and Scotland).
years as a translator
The latest from the blog
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