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CASE STUDY Non- Resident Tax

Posted and filed under Case Study, Taxes in Spain.

We recently received this question: “Hi, What documentation is required to complete our non-resident tax returns? And what is it? Many thanks” Our response: If we have not done them before, we need your Spanish deeds of your property, your latest SUMA (IBI) bill, and copies of your passports and NIEs. You can scan and email these to us. Non-Resident… Read more »

CASE STUDY – Client says they have No Deeds.

Posted and filed under Case Study, In the Spanish News, Legal Issues in Spain, Local area, No Win No Fee, Property in Spain.

Occasionally we have received an email from a client, who says something like “I bought a property off …… 12 years ago and I still have no title deeds. Please, can you help me.” This is a serious enquiry, which we have all too frequently, unfortunately. If we receive these enquiries we need to know if someone is in Spain… Read more »

“Regaining my deposit on a property in Spain”

Posted and filed under Case Study, Current Claims Possible to Win Back Funds, Legal Issues in Spain, No Win No Fee, Off-Plan Deposit Legal cases, Property in Spain.

Received this from a grateful client. “I’m just emailing to let you know that the funds are now safely in my bank account. Would you thank all of the team for making it happen. I’ve written a testimonial below for your website. I have to thank the whole team at Spanish Solutions for the amazing help and support they have… Read more »

Property Purchasing in Spain

Posted and filed under Case Study, Legal Issues in Spain, Property in Spain, Property Purchase/Sale Service.

Help with buying a property in Spain can be hard to find. Purchasing a property can often seem like a daunting process. Our team assists so that you, the client, can relax in the full knowledge that the process will be made as easy and stress-free as possible. From double checking the legalities of the property purchase to providing advice… Read more »

What paperwork needs changing after getting married in Spain?

Posted and filed under Case Study, Legal Issues in Spain, Paperwork (NIE, Residencia, Padron).

The first proviso here is that is is not necessary to change anything if you do not wish to in Spain.  The practice in Spain is not for women to change their names to a married name, so by doing so, you are going against the usual protocol in the country, trying to impose another country´s usual practice, thus almost always… Read more »

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