Some arrangements with legal relevance require the intervention of a sworn interpreter. We help you do your arrangements in Spain to deal with issues that our certified interpreters are familiar with.
Here is a list of some instances in which you may need an official interpreter:
Acting as a witness in a court proceeding: If any of the parties to a trial, or a witness making a statement, does not speak Spanish, Bech Traducciones can provide you with an independent sworn translator that facilitates the communication and conveys precisely and impartially your answers to the questions of the lawyers, the judge or the public prosecutor at the hearing.
Signing a document before a notary public: We offer translation services to expatriates to help them understand their transactions in Spain by interpreting the content of public deeds, such as: deed of purchase and sale, deed of mortgage, Wills granted in Spain, or Board Meetings held before a notary.
Getting married in Spain. If you are getting married in Spain or becoming a civil partner, at Bech Traducciones we can give the personal touch you need in this kind of interpreting service.