The New York Times interview Vera Liprandi of De Cotta Law

Filed under : Tenerife Office @nl

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/vera-liprandi-ba794223_house-hunting-in-the-canary-islands-a-villa-activity-6608267208110022656-PB21 The Partner at our Tenerife Office was interviewed recently by the New York Times. Vera Liprandi is a Spanish and Italian lawyer with considerable experience in conveyancing and commercial matters. De Cotta Law deals with all types of property

Becoming a Spanish tax resident

Filed under : Tax Planning - Inheritance

We are often asked by British citizens coming to Spain to buy property – Where do I pay my tax? The double taxation relief treaty between Spain and the UK is not an EU agreement and at least initially, will

spanish inheritance tax

Inheritance post Brexit

Filed under : Wills, Probate & Inheritance

This is an area that will remain unchanged post Brexit. The law that will govern succession and who will receive your assets on death will not change. The application of your law of nationality has been recognized and formalized in

Thomas Cook – Information for creditors

Filed under : Insolvency

Thomas Cook declared bankruptcy and many companies and businesses are affected. If you are owed money as a result of the collapse of the tour operator, your claim as a creditor needs to be registered correctly in the UK insolvency

Thomas Cook – Consumer’s Rights

Filed under : Insolvency, Tenerife Office @nl

Thomas Cook has finally declared bankruptcy and many consumers and travellers are affected. In particular many travellers who are still in the Canary Islands and consumers who have already paid for their trip but will not be able to travel.

Recovering and protecting Spanish assets

Filed under : Insolvency

Spanish property values are increasing and if a bankrupt individual or an insolvent company owns assets in Spain it is a good time to place a charge on the property and to ultimately seek recovery for the bankruptcy or insolvency

Pre-nuptial contracts and matrimonial regimes

Filed under : Familierecht

The concept of a “matrimonial regime” is one that is not familiar to people from the UK. In Spain and many other European countries when people marry, they either elect or decide on a matrimonial regime or, in default, the