Blog Category: Brexit and Spain

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Brexit can help British people living in Spain

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Brexit hasn’t gone away, unfortunately, it’s just resting. The six-month extension agreed with Britain and the European Union last week could turn out to be a grand opportunity for British people living in Spain. Two things especially need to be done  – get your inheritance tax bill reduced to as low as ZERO, plus if you are waiting until after… Read more »

Pets After Brexit

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Can you travel with your Pet into the UK after Brexit? What happens your pet after Brexit? The British Government has issued advice to pet owners planning to enter the UK with their pet in the case of a hard Brexit. The three scenarios related to Spanish Solutions clients are: 1. people going on holiday in Great Britain with your… Read more »

Act Now to Save Inheritance Taxes

Posted and filed under Brexit and Spain, Property in Spain, Taxes in Spain, Wills, Probate, Donation and Inheritance.

People are asking for clarity on the donation tax and inheritance tax rules and why they should act now! Brexit is coming, (we think). Absolutely nobody can predict how the landscape will look in March, but what we know for sure is: A property owner in some regions of Spain can donate their home to a family member for as… Read more »

Valencian Residents not to lose Healthcare post Brexit

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There is no danger of any British losing their Valencian citizenship of basic right of healthcare the Valencian President Ximo Puig(from the Socialist Party PSOE) has stated this week. He said that the healthcare assistance is universal and free for the 71,000 British Residents of the Valencian Community and is in no danger because of the exit of the UK… Read more »

Returning to Live In The UK

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If you have decided to return permanently in the UK having been a Resident, then there are certain things that you need to be aware of, and to do.  We can also assist with returning to other countries to live. Please talk to us about your individual circumstances. Firstly, of course, we can help with you with the legal work… Read more »

Important Spanish Inheritance and Gift Tax Update admidst Brexit Uncertainty

Posted and filed under Brexit and Spain, Legal Issues in Spain, Taxes in Spain.

Many of you will not realise that inheritance and gift tax in Spain is decided at government levels but also by each region.  Each region of Spain is autonomous and so can apply their own tax reductions to inheritances and gifts. This is very important to know as in Spain, a property is generally not owned in the same way as… Read more »

Brexit For British Nationals Travelling and Living in Spain

Posted and filed under Brexit and Spain, Official Documents in Spain, Paperwork (NIE, Residencia, Padron), Property in Spain.

In recent months meetings have taken place for British living in Spain attended by representatives of the British Consulate. We understand that many things were discussed, the most important being that was for those who live in Spain full time, if you are a resident, and on the Padron, which is the equivalent of the electoral roll (Padron should be… Read more »

Guidance for UK Nationals living in Spain Regarding Residency

Posted and filed under Brexit and Spain, In the Spanish News, Legal Issues in Spain, Paperwork (NIE, Residencia, Padron).

Over the past few months, we have seen a greatly increased number of enquiries for people wanting Residency in Spain (Residencia) and all the relevant offices locally currently have backlogs for Residency appointments. This article is to advise you that it is important that all clients who do not have Residencia and padron and need them should obtain them before 29th of… Read more »

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