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.
EXPLAINED – Digital Nomad Taxes
My Lawyer in Spain’s Alex Radford and Pablo Mallo Bárcena from MDG Advisors in Malaga talk about all things related to Spanish taxes for Digital Nomads.
Explained: Spanish Wealth Tax
We explore Wealth Tax in Spain and explain –
– Who has the obligation to declare the Spanish wealth tax? – Do Spanish non-tax residents need to pay? – What assets must be declared in the wealth tax? – When and how is the declaration made? – Is it possible to deduct any expense or debt? – How much is paid? – Is there any other tax that could affect my estate in Spain?
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.
Non Residents Income Tax Returns Due Soon!
Calling all Spanish property owners! Non residents income tax returns due soon! Anyone who purchased a Spanish property in 2021 or before will be due to submit their annual non residents income tax return before 31.12.2012.
Explained – Spanish Taxes
My Lawyer in Spain provide a rundown of the various taxes buyers should be aware of when buying a property in Spain.
Property Extensions Spain
Advice if you are planning on building an extension to your property such as a swimming pool, a basement, an enclosed porch or solarium, or maybe thinking of making some home improvements.
Explained – Personal Tax in Spain
Join Alex Radford and Pedro San Nicolás González as they explain personal tax in Spain for Spanish Tax Residents.
Renting in Spain
We hosted a webinar to provide advice about the rental requirements in Spain whether you are a Landlord, or a Tenant. We covered all the legal aspects of renting as well as providing some advice about individual cases.
Ask My Lawyer about Renting in Spain
All you need to know about renting a property in Spain, from a legal perspective, whether you are a Landlord, or a Tenant.
EU Regulations – Brexit, currency transfers and the law
Of particular note to people making international money transfers is the fact that UK financial service firms lost their financial services passports on 1st January 2021.