Self-fillable legal documents for sale!

Top quality documents at incredible prices

Spanish Legal Documents

Blog Category: Legal Issues in Spain

archive.php

Changing Separation or Divorce Agreements

Posted and filed under Divorce.

Recently we have had clients approach us regarding changing separation and divorce agreements. Post (or during) Covid-19, a lot of things have changed. Unfortunately the “new normal” means reduced circumstances for many. Perhaps a job loss, a reduction in salary, it can be all manner of things. Thus for a divorce or separation, what was agreed in the past regarding… Read more »

Divorcing in UK and Assets in Spain

Posted and filed under Divorce.

We have had a few enquiries recently about divorcing in the UK and assets in Spain. Mostly asking what are the rights of the spouse or partner with regard to a claim on the property. Jurisdiction The first thing we should explain that jurisdiction in divorces is where the people permanently reside and especially where children live. If you are… Read more »

Parts of Spain see a price increase during Coronavirus!

Posted and filed under Legal Issues in Spain.

Irish buyers are bullish about buying property in 2020. Two interesting surveys came out over the past two days and they are very positive! Let’s start in Ireland with the survey of almost 2,000 people, carried out by property website MyHome.ie. As a result of Covid-19, according to the recent survey, the large majority of prospective homebuyers are still planning… Read more »

Risk Free Investment in Spain

Posted and filed under General Articles of Interest, Legal Issues in Spain.

We have investors who need a fantastic return and risk-free investment in Spain. Guaranteed property investment in Spain, unlike anything the market has ever seen before. We can now offer an “Equity Release” solution to people who need it in Spain and you can take advantage. The corona virus has opened the door to a wonderful investment opportunity all over… Read more »

Property inspections

Posted and filed under Legal Issues in Spain.

Please see below as we explain how we can introduce you to someone who deals with property inspections. Most of Spain is currently on ERTE. This is a temporary unemployment benefit which an economist explained to me yesterday is like putting the country into an induced coma. From which we will wake it up from once the conditions are right… Read more »

Legal Actions in Lockdown – Now is the time for a Win

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

Legal Actions in lockdown in Spain (or during the State of Alarm) are all currently frozen. As most peope would imagine. So except for criminal or labour issues all the Courts are closed in Spain. You have a Legal Case in the Courts If you have a current legal case in the Courts, then after the recent Royal Decree this… Read more »

Dismissals During Coronavirus

Posted and filed under General Articles of Interest, In the Spanish News, Legal Issues in Spain.

We are getting a huge amount of enquiries regarding dismissals during this stage of alarm due to Coronavirus. We can help both employers and employees depending on the issue. Dismissals Due to Coronavirus There are strict employment laws relating to dismissal in Spain. The law covers “force majeure”. This is when an event happens which is out of the control… Read more »

Bank won’t release funds after someone dies

Posted and filed under Legal Issues in Spain, Wills, Probate, Donation and Inheritance.

The bank won’t release funds after someone dies. This situation can be so frustrating. After a parent or member of the family dies, you go to the Spanish bank, show them the death certificate. And they still will notunblock the account or release funds. Why the Bank will not release funds? It doesn’t matter whether the assets of the deceased… Read more »

Landlords – Unpaid Rents or Utilities

Posted and filed under Legal Issues in Spain.

Many landlords approach us about unpaid rents or utilities by tenants. At what stage should they take legal action? Unpaid Rent Firstly, there should always be a written contract between tenant and landlord, so it is clear when rent is due, and how it is to be paid. Also how utility bills will be funded. If a tenant does not… Read more »

Illegal tourist properties – Valencian Government Inspections

Posted and filed under In the Spanish News, Legal Issues in Spain.

Illegal tourist properties – the Valencian Government continues to fight against these. Such as, they are now carrying out inspections on considerable amounts of tourist homes. There will be many more in 2020. Please take action so that they do not visit yours. Local Police are also collaborating in the detection of illegal tourist houses and apartments that could be… Read more »

Looking for a solution?

Feel free to get in touch with any enquiries and one of our friendly members of staff will get back to you as soon as possible.

Form loading.