Our Blog is designed to keep you up to date with developments of Spanish law and news.
You will also find some of our Top Tips for different areas of law to give you some key advice when requiring legal services in Spain. If you cannot find what you are looking for or would like to discuss a matter further, please contact us.
Advice for Moving to Spain
“Do it! But plan it” – is the advice of Alex Radford from My Lawyer in Spain in this interview with MumAbroad. In it, Alex talks about visas, property taxes, tax planning, wills, marriages, divorces and expert insider’s advice for anyone moving to Spain.
Divorced Parents – who decides on children’s vaccination?
We look at family law and the situation with parents who disagree over their children being vaccinated.
Q&A from March episode of Ask My Lawyer in Spain
We have recorded the transcription from the first episode of ‘Ask My Lawyer in Spain’ recorded on 27th March 2020. Please submit your questions to us for the weekly event to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask My Lawyer in Spain!
In response to the current ‘state of alarm’, My Lawyer in Spain are pleased to announce a series of free online webinars called ‘Ask My Lawyer in Spain’.
Family Matters during the Coronavirus
Family Matters legal advice during the state of alarm answering your questions ‘Can I still collect by children during the ‘state of alarm’?’ and ‘I have lost my job. Do I still have to pay child maintenance?’
Divorce in Spain: Child Maintenance
Divorce and finance can be difficult matters, more so when dependant children are involved but do not despair, the Spanish legal system is sympathetic and fair if approached in the right way.
Tips for Renting a Spanish Property
Tips and advice for people thinking about renting a property in Spain.
Spanish Inheritance Tax: Introduction & Recent Changes in Regulation
Spanish inheritance tax is a national tax but the Autonomous Regions have the power to regulate some aspects. In fact many regions have approved lower tax rates and other benefits that significantly reduce the tax burden.
Powers of Attorney in Spain
A power of attorney is a document usually signed before a notary in Spain or your home country in which you grant someone the power to act on your behalf.
Series – Wills: Locating a Spanish Will
If you have lost a loved one and are seeking a copy of their Spanish will, we set out the process to be followed in order to obtain a copy of their last Spanish will.