For UK nationals living in Spain

Filed under : British Consulate, Civil Law

The British government is providing current and vital information for all British people moving to or living in Spain. This includes information and guidance on passports, healthcare, working, pensions and much more. This advice is up to date so you … Suite

Litigation in Spain

Filed under : Civil Law

As a law firm with clients from many different countries, we have the advantage of being able to advise companies and individuals in their own language on all aspects of Spanish litigation. This can range from debt enforcement to complex … Suite

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 … Suite

Rättstvister i Spanien

Filed under : Civil Law, Litigation

En advokatbyrå med kunder från flera olika länder ger oss fördelen att kunna rådge företag och privatpersoner på deras egna språk i alla aspekter av spanska rättstvister. Rättstvister kan ha sin grund i återbetalning av lån, komplexa fastighetsärenden, så som … Suite

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 … Suite

European Enforcement orders

Filed under : Civil Law, Litigation

Do you have a debt with an individual who owns property or assets in Spain? The European Regulation  – Reglamento (CE) 44/2001 del Consejo, de 22 de diciembre de 2000 –  allows judgements and orders from other European courts to … Suite

Divorce in Spain or England

Filed under : Civil Law, Family Law

As an English and Spanish law firm we are often asked where it is “best to divorce”. Obviously, there is no standard answer to this as each case will depend on its merits and the particular circumstances. However, as we … Suite