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Does Spanish Solutions have a lawyer?

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Clients often ask us who is the lawyer in Spanish Solutions. We had this question only this week. In fact we have two. Many of our existing clients know that Spanish Solutions has been associated with Pedro Molina and Molina Solicitors for over a decade now. In fact, we are very proud to be so closely tied to them as... Read more »

Real estate agents based abroad have more reasons to use Spanish Solutions.

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  . What having a legal collaborator in Spain can do for your Real Estate business.     Are you an estate agent based outside of Spain?  Finding the right law collaborators might be the most important thing you do for your company and your clients!    Many estate agent first begin their search for a collaborator in Spain by... Read more »

Protecting your Trade Mark in Spain

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We imagine many clients to not even think about protecting a Trade Mark in Spain.  The principle must be to never let the Domain Name that corresponds to the name everyone knows you by not be renewed. We mean expire and become eligible for other companies to register, such as our “Spanish Solutions”. Registering a Trademark First of all you should... Read more »

Spain, one of the best places in the world to live. 

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Its one of best places in the world to move too, officially!!   HSBC bank has been doing a survey for 12 years entitled the Expat survey where they assess various places, under different headings and interview people who have moved there to find the best countries in the world to live in.  You ́d expect Singapore, Switzerland and New Zealand... Read more »

Paying tax in Spain. 

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Paying tax in Spain.    The number of times Spanish Solutions are asked “how much tax do I pay in Spain” increases every week. Here, we’ll try to explain some of the basic details regarding the tax situation for expats in Spain.    We’d like to thank our inhouse accountant, Mari Carmen Gomez Poveda of MC Consultants in Torrevieja who... Read more »

La Tomatina (Tomato Festival) Spain 2019

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It can only be in Spain, that the residents of a small town in Valencia, of usually under 10,000 people, produce each year in their sleepy little place, an incredible spectacle of a giant food fight involving more than 20,000 people… oh and a lot of tomatoes! (Before ticketing was instigated, apparently there were more than double that amount of... Read more »

Explore the Spanish Costa Sailing

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Do you love sailing and Spain? Then this is a great way to explore the Spanish Costas. Spain is one of the most beautiful and desirable yacht charter destinations of the World. It offers a great diversity of cultures, climates, landscapes and destinations to sail. Spain offers more than 6000 km of coastline to discover as the country is surrounded... Read more »

Spain has new mortgage laws!

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It is also getting easier to get finance for qualified house buyers in Spain. Spanish Solutions work with a few terrific local Spanish banks to help to get mortgages in place for people looking to buy a property in Spain. We always, well almost always, recommend our clients to have their finances in place before they buy. The last thing... Read more »

New E-Scooter laws in Spain

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E-scooters appear to be running out of road on the Costa Blanca! If you are around Spain this summer you’ll notice that the amount of e-scooters of various shapes and sizes on the Spanish roads has soared. They look good and are providing commuters and tourists with cheap, seemingly reliable form of transport to beat the summer traffic. There is... Read more »

What documents do I need to apply for Spanish Residencia?

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  To apply for your residencia here in Spain the following documentation will be requested:   NIE ( Número de identidad de extranjero- or tax number)Padron up to date (no more than 3 months old) Original Passport Residencia form (Spanish Solutions can provide this) 3 months bank statements from any Spanish bank to show you live in Spain (the statement... Read more »

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