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Queries on a Spanish Divorce Paperwork

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From time to time when we are drawing up paperwork for a Spanish divorce, we receive questions about the Spanish terms in an amicable divorce and child custody agreement, such as the following:- What is code 90 of the civil code? This is a section of the Spanish civil law that applies to annulment, separation and divorce. It covers things... Read more »

No Win No Fee Claims Settled Out of Court

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No Win No Fee Claims are extremely satisfying to resolve for clients, particularly when we manage to settle out of Court. Reviewing some of our cases over the past 18 months, we had two settled within a year. Montepuchol One case was a lost deposit case whereby the client came to us and said that she had seen our article... Read more »

Deposit paid on an off-plan property in Spain

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Unfortunately, many people in the past have lost off-plan deposits paid on Spanish property as matters were not dealt with properly. This is the story of a lady who contacted us a few months ago saying that she had come across our website and thought she would send an email to us to see if we could help. Now she is... Read more »

How to be prepared for an Inheritance Process

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Also other Important Interesting Points (Inheritance and Property Ownership.) We recently had a case whereby a gentleman came to us for help with completing an inheritance from his wife to him, after she had passed away in Spain. There was just a bank account. When we asked him if his wife had any other assets in Spain to take into consideration,... Read more »

Problems with Items bought Online

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We have had a few enquiries lately asking for help whereby clients had bought items online and had problems or not received them. In the most recent case someone had bought some glasses from an on-line retailer and they never arrived. They also saw that hundreds of people were writing about problems with this company on the internet so knew... Read more »

Three Prime Commercial Real Estate Units For Sale in La Zenia, Costa Blanca

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It is not often that prime business units come up side by side in one of the busiest international areas of Spain, outside of the big cities.  Two of the former three businesses have outgrown the space due to the excellent location and relocated to larger premises. Currently, in La Zenia on the Costa Blanca, at the Zenia Golf Commercial Centre, you can... Read more »

Have you ever had a water leak at your property in Orihuela Costa?

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This article applies to people who are with the company “Hidraqua”. Sometimes you may not even realise that you have a water leak until you get the unpleasant surprise of a bill that amounts to thousands of euros. When the water company come out to read the meter, if they see that you have used an unusually large amount of water,... Read more »

Residency For British Citizens in Spain and the 3/6 Month Confusion

Posted and filed under Newsletters, Paperwork (NIE, Residencia, Padron), Taxes in Spain. Tagged: ,,

From time to time we have clients say to us that on many websites it says after 3 months you must get residency, and on others that after 6 months you are legally resident. This causes a great deal of confusion to those intending to move to Spain (especially prior to Brexit) and wanting to get their paperwork in order. Spanish... Read more »

Road Rules for Helmets in Spain

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For those who are unsure of the legalities regarding the use of helmets in Spain, drivers and passengers of motorcycles, or motorcycles with side-cars, three-wheeled vehicles, mopeds and quads must use properly approved helmets.  Not using a helmet is considered a serious infraction that could lose you three points from a driving licence. Remember that if a moped or motorcycle passenger does... Read more »

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