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We look at family law and the situation with parents who disagree over their children being vaccinated.
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
The state of alarm that has been declared in Spain is expected to last until 11 April 2020 although it will not come as a surprise if this is then extended, possibly until the end of April. Let us wait and see.
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 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 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.
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.
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.
Our Spanish abogada and specialist in Spanish wills and inheritances, kicks off her series of articles about inheriting in Spain with a step-by-step guide of the action to take when a friend or relative has unfortunately passed away.