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The Catalan people are those that most often break their matrimonial relationships in Spain: last year this independent community showed records of the highest rate of break ups, separations and divorces. According to the latest report released by the National Statistics Institute (INE) it happens to 2.6 people of every 1000 residents.
In what has already been a bumper year for tourism in Spain, new data from the country’s Tourism Ministry has revealed that British visitor numbers in September this year have increased by 12% compared to the same month in 2015.
Latest data shows that the second quarter of 2016 witnessed a 3.8 per cent increase, lower than Jan-Mar figures but still higher than the euro zone average of 2.9 per cent.
With an eye-catching, mobile responsive design, our new site will offer clients a great resource for learning more about the legal issues that are most important to British expats in Spain.
Our very own Alex Radford will be taking part in the Remembrance Day Service and Act of Remembrance at St Georges Church in Malaga. The event will take place at 11.00, on 13 November, 2016.
Ever since the Spanish government introduced an “express divorce” bill in 2005, which has made divorces quick and easy to obtain, the divorce rate in Spain has drastically risen.
Alex Radford an English Solicitor & Spanish Lawyer with My Lawyer in Spain sets out some tips for buyers to bear in mind post Brexit.
The decision by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union will have wide ranging effects on people visiting, living, retiring to and working in Spain. The next few years will certainly be interesting from a legal perspective and we will keep our clients and partners updated as the Brexit negotiations progress.
At My Lawyer in Spain, we’re here to help you manage any legal issues you may encounter while living abroad. That’s why we’re hosting free legal clinics this month, offering up useful law advice for expats living in Spain.
Our Spanish abogada and specialist in Spanish wills and inheritances, continues her series on inheriting in Spain with Steps 4 through 6. It is a guide that advises on the action to take when a friend or relative has unfortunately passed away.