Ramon  Olivencia

Ramon Olivencia

Online Attorney for Probate (Inheritance), Real Estate and Notary Issues
  • Probate, Real Estate Law
  • New York, Puerto Rico
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Chago P. June 13, 2022
Professional, efficient, knowledgeable, intelligent and skillful. My father passed away at the end of last year, and even though he lived in Massachusetts, he had property in Puerto Rico. As I also live in Massachusetts and was looking for a lawyer to represent me in Puerto Rico. Someone who would be able to take care of all inheritance matters for me and minimizing the need for me to take trips to the island. As I had previously used Ramon Olivencia at Abogado Notario Online, for some other legal matters, I reached out to him. Ramon immediately understood my requirements and established an effective working relationship with me. He was available 7 days a week, by telephone, text and email and frequently responded to me at night or on the weekends. He promised that the estate and all related matters would be completed before the start of hurricane season 2022. He beat that estimate by a month. Never once did I have to travel to the island for this matter. I highly recommend Ramon and am very pleased with his work.
Silmarie T. May 12, 2020
Excellent service, attention and quality I recommend Ramon Olivencia a 100%! Years ago I owned a property in PR. Now, living in US, in order to buy a new property, they required me documentation proving I was no longer responsible for that property in PR. Needless to say, I did not have it and the bank said they couldn’t help me. Keep in mind this was all amidst Covid-19... Running out of time, less than 2 weeks before the closing, I found myself helpless, not knowing what to do, until I came across his website. I left a comment on his website on a Friday afternoon asking for help and that same evening I received a response from Ramon Olivencia. He was very professional and willing to help me. By that Sunday I had what I needed and translated to English! I was amazed by the service, the quick attention and the quality. I was able to complete my closing and I can’t thank Olivencia enough for making this possible.
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Fully bilingual lawyer and notary public. Specializing in probate (inheritance) and real estate. We have a full-service website with useful info, serving clients located in Puerto Rico and abroad. Previous employers include the PR State Court of Appeals and the PR Department of Justice. Licensed in PR and NY. PLS VISIT OUR WEBSITE FIRST! WE HAVE ONLINE FORMS IN ORDER TO REVIEW YOUR CASE. ALL INQUIRIES ARE ANSWERED WITHIN 3 BUSINESS DAYS.

Practice Areas
    Probate Administration
    Real Estate Law
    Commercial Real Estate, Easements, Mortgages, Residential Real Estate
Additional Practice Area
  • Notary Public
Video Conferencing
  • WhatsApp
  • Free Consultation
    Free consultation ONLINE ONLY!
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Credit cards, PayPal, Venmo, direct deposit, wire transfer, etc.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New York
New York State Office of Court Administration
ID Number: 4992368
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Puerto Rico
Colegio De Abogados y Abogadas De Puerto Rico
ID Number: 14068
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1st Circuit
ID Number: 87407
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U.S. Supreme Court
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US District Court for the District of PR
ID Number: 220502
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  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney-at-Law / Notary Public
Abogado Notario Online
- Current
Contract attorney
Epiq (New York, NY)
Contract attorney
Update Legal (New York, NY)
Attorney – Office of Legal Counsel
Puerto Rico Department of Justice
Drafted legal opinions for the Attorney General in response to requests from the various agencies within the Executive Branch.
Attorney – Office of Civil Litigation
Puerto Rico Department of Justice
Represented the public sector on multiple judicial and administrative civil cases at both the state and federal court levels.
Law Clerk
State Court of Appeals
University of Massachusetts - Boston
M.S. | Public Administration
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University of Massachusetts - Amherst
B.A. | Political Science
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University of Puerto Rico - Río Piedras
General studies.
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Interamerican University of Puerto Rico School of Law
J.D. (2001) | Law
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Professional Associations
American Bar Association  # 00873955
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Puerto Rico Bar Association  # 15234
- Current
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Puerto Rico Judicial Branch  # 14068
Certified Attorney
- Current
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Articles & Publications
Latino Politics in Massachusetts
Routledge Press
Websites & Blogs
Abogado Notario Online
Legal Answers
41 Questions Answered
Q. Is my Will/Trust where I reside valid in Puerto Rico or do I need a Puerto Rico Will/Trust for PR property?
A: Typically, inheritance or probate norms vary depending on where the real estate assets are located. In the case of Puerto Rico, specific inheritance laws are in effect. You need to have a PR-licensed attorney look into your estate, given that we have what is called "forced heirs". The forced heirs are typically the descendants (i.e., the children), who cannot be left out unless they are disinherited -by exception- via any of the specific clauses permitted by law.
Q. My dad left me a property stated on the will in p.r. And my stepmom the house free disposition. Do I have rights to it?
A: It´s impossible to give you a straight answer without looking at the will. It will also depend on when he passed away, assuming he did already. You should consult with a probate or inheritance attorney.
Q. I live in Maryland, I have a house in PR I wish to donate to my Niece in PR. No lien, taxes paid. How do I do it?
A: A donation deed will need to be prepared by an attorney. You do not need to travel to PR as this can be done remotely via Powers of Attorneys for both you and your niece, in case she is not in PR. Basically, both parties or their respective representatives will need to sign the deed.
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Contact & Map
602 Calle San Jose
San Juan, PR 00909
Monday: 9 AM - 4 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM - 4 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM - 4 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 4 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 4 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed (Today)
Notice: For inquiries, pls visit our WEBSITE first!
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