Fines charged during the lockdown

Filed under : Litigation

The Organic Law 4/2015 issued by the Ministry of the Interior has set out a scale of fines that will be charged if people break the rules during the lockdown. The most common fines are for: Unauthorized travel where there

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Child Abduction in the state of emergency

Filed under : Family Law

Child Abduction is when a parent takes a child to another country without the express consent and agreement of the other parent intending to change the child’s country of habitual residence. As a result of the Covid 19 pandemic travel

Do you need advice about your Spanish property

Filed under : Property

With the travel ban likely to continue into the summer do you need advice about your property in Spain? We can provide legal advice, arrange property management and security in all areas of Spain and the islands. Property owners may

Parntal Visits & Custody – Covid 19

Filed under : Family Law

Parents who have regular visits with their children or have joint custody may be having some difficulties in the current Covid-19 situation. The normal pattern of visits may have been disrupted and you may need advice on how to deal

Handwritten wills in Spain

Filed under : Wills, Probate & Inheritance

A holographic or hand-written will is a document that has been completely written out by hand by the testator and has been signed by him or her. This is different to a will executed and signed before a public notary in Spain. Provided a hand-written will complies with