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.
Patricia Rivas of My Lawyer in Spain explains the importance of a ‘Value of Reference’. This new method was introduced into Spain on 1 January 2022.
My Lawyer in Spain Lawyers, Alex Radford and Laura Albors Jover, talk about the Process, Advantages and Tax Implications of donating property and assets in Spain.
In March, My Lawyer in Spain will be participating in the Move To Spain Virtual Roadshow which is a webinar series hosted by Expat Network designed to help people planning to move to Spain to live, work or retire.
The Webinar is aimed at UK Nationals living in Spain and we will talk about how you can get ready for the end of the transition period, residency, the new TIE card and the benefits of having a Spanish will.
Do you have a Spanish Will for your assets in Spain? Do you need one? What happens when someone dies in Spain? What is the process?
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 email@example.com
According to an OECD report measuring variables such as healthcare, education, employment, income, safety, environment, citizen participation, access to services and housing, Euskadi (Basque Autonomous Region) is the region with the highest quality of life in Spain.
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.
Although we do not know the real meaning of Brexit for Brits living in Spain, it seems fairly obvious that being correctly registered here would at least reduce the complications of ownership and residence. The following are some examples of our findings;