Spanish Property Conveyancing
For those of you that have not bought or sold a property in Spain before, here is a summary of the process from a practical
The first step is to establish the existence of a Spanish will. The Central Registry of Spanish Wills in Madrid should be contacted.
Making a Spanish will is probably the single most important thing to do after purchasing a property in Spain.
If you own a property in Spain you are required by law to submit a tax return every year!
Fiscal representation is one of the services most sought after by our clients. When buying a property in Spain…
Separation & Divorce
The divorce or separation may be processed in Spain by mutual agreement or through a lawsuit in the Courts in the city...