Powers of attorney

Filed under : Civil Law, Family Law

Powers of attorney can be very helpful particularly between a couple, family or friends who jointly own property. It is important to take advice and to keep clear records if you hold a power of attorney. The involvement of an … Continued

Travelling with children

Filed under : Family Law

Travelling is very much part of our lives in Europe. If you are travelling with children it is very much taken for granted that you won´t have any problems provided you all have valid passports. However, if the children do … Continued

Family lawyers – a blessing or a curse

Filed under : Family Law

We all know good news is heard less often and that bad news sells newspapers. My good news this month is that family lawyers can, and indeed do, help couples whose relationship breaks down. In particular, where there are children … Continued

Property injunctions – Boundary disputes

Filed under : Civil Law, Property

In Spain it is possible to obtain court injunctions where there is evidence that a neighbour is building on part of your property or building without a licence and the construction affects your property rights. For example, if you live … Continued

Recovering & protecting Spanish assets

Filed under : Insolvency

The good news for Insolvency Practitioners & Trustees in Bankruptcy is that Spanish property values are increasing. If a bankrupt individual or an insolvent company owns assets in Spain it is a good time to place a charge on the … Continued

Insurance claims – Mortgage and health claims

Filed under : Litigation

Insurance company products and services are very important, particularly when you are not in your home country and might not understand the implications of the various policy options. A good broker can help you but sadly we have heard of … Continued

Powers of attorney

Powers of attorney can be very helpful particularly between a couple, family or friends who jointly own property. It is important to take advice and to keep clear records if you hold a power of attorney. The involvement of an … Continued