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THE SPANISH NON-LUCRATIVE RESIDENCY PERMIT

THE SPANISH INVESTOR RESIDENCY PERMIT, ALSO CALLED GOLDEN VISA

 THE SPANISH INVESTOR RESIDENCY PERMIT as per the ENTREPRENEURIAL SUPPORT ACT OF 27 SEPTEMBER 2013 (Ley 14/2013). (also called GOLDEN…

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THE SPANISH NON-LUCRATIVE RESIDENCY PERMIT

 THE SPANISH NON-LUCRATIVE RESIDENCY PERMIT WHO CAN APPLY Non-EU nationals who wish to establish their residence in Spain, but do…

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THE SPANISH INVESTOR RESIDENCY PERMIT, ALSO CALLED ENTREPRENEUR VISA

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THE SPANISH INVESTOR RESIDENCY PERMIT, ALSO CALLED GOLDEN VISA

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THE SPANISH NON-LUCRATIVE RESIDENCY PERMIT

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THE SPANISH INVESTOR RESIDENCY PERMIT, ALSO CALLED GOLDEN VISA

 THE SPANISH INVESTOR RESIDENCY PERMIT as per the ENTREPRENEURIAL SUPPORT ACT OF 27 SEPTEMBER 2013 (Ley 14/2013). (also called GOLDEN VISA)

WHO CAN APPLY Non-EU nationals who wish to invest in Spain, work and do businesses freely. It is for business people or leisure travelers wanting to travel in, out and throughout Europe (Schengen Area). The permit grants all the privileges available to European residents, and offers the possibility to apply for permanent residency and citizenship after the required years of residency in Spain. This type of residence permit allows the holder to work /do business in Spain. HOW TO APPLY Our Network of Abogados is formed by qualified and verified professionals with a broad experience (immigration, real estate, tax and finance, etc). They will assist you in the process of obtaining your Spanish Residency, advising and assessing you on the most suitable option, based on the requirements and your specific needs and situation. They will provide legal, tax and financial advise on your investment, and will guide you through the entire process. ADVANTAGES • 1 year renewable up to 5 years of residence and work permit in Spain • After 5 years of residence in Spain, possibility to apply for permanent residency and later for citizenship • Travel freely within the Schengen area • Maintain tax residence outside Spain • Your direct family members can also apply for this permit. TIMEFRAME 20 days to one month approx. once application and all required documents are submitted.  

CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY

If you meet the requirements listed below, you are eligible to apply: •You are a non European national ; •You are of legal age (over 18); •You have No Criminal record; •You are free of any contagious disease as per Intl. Health Regulation; •You have not entered or stayed irregularly in Spanish territory; •You have not been refused entry in any of the Schengen countries; •You are able to proof source of your own funds; •You have enough financial resources to live in Spain for the period of residence for you and your direct family members (at least 26.000€/year per the applicant and at least 7.000€ for each additional direct family member (spouse, children of minor age); •You are able to have a valid health insurance policy in Spain; •You are able to invest in Spain and provide proof of it to initiate visa application process, on any of the following: a) Capital Investment: •500.000€ or more in Real Estate or •1.000.000€ or more in Stock shares of a Spanish Company or •1.000.000€ or more in Bank deposit in a Spanish financial company or •2.000.000€ or more in Spanish Treasury Bonds . b) Other types of investment: •Highly qualified professionals and researchers or •Business projects in Spain classified as of general interest (Considered of general interest if: a) Job creation, b) Investment with a social or economic impact in the geographical area of the investment, or c) Significant contribution to scientific and/or technological innovation). •If you decided to invest in Real Estate, find the property you wish to buy. (Note: When contacting a lawyer, make sure he/she is independent, and holds no relationship with the owner of the property, or the Real Estate Company). •When purchasing a property, able to pay the applicable property purchase taxes and fees (approx. 15%) over the purchasing price.

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Quick Ways to See If Your Lawyer Is Legit

Quick Ways to See If Your Lawyer Is Legit

As a potential client, you may want to do a little extra research before hiring a Lawyer. Depending on the Country and the location you search for a Lawyer, the rules drastically change. Still, there are a few KEYS that somehow can be useful in almost every Country.   Just a quick trip over to the lawyer's website or Law Society /Bar profile can reveal information that he or she may not have disclosed. In addition, small search on Google.com may provide oodles of sensitive information on lawyers, including testimonials from past clients. So if you need it (or if just curious), use these quick ways to research whether your lawyer is legit:  
1.  Law Society or Bar where the Lawyer is Registered. Every lawyer who is licensed to practice law in a certain Country /Location must be listed in the corresponding Official directory. Each licensed lawyer should appear on your Country /location's Law Society /Bar association website (here's Spain's), and you can find them using a Registery number or the first or the last name. The profile may include basic contact information, whether the attorney can actively practice law, and sometimes any ethical trouble he or she may have gotten into, depending on each Country.   2. Google / Search Engines. You can Google just about anything whenever you have a question, so why not look up your lawyer? Internet search engines should reveal any news stories, publications, or websites associated with your lawyer, but it may take some digging around to find something useful.   3. Local Directories. Google should also bring up the lawyer's profile in different Directories. It should be more informative than Contry Law Society or Bar Association (as those ones keep no reviews, and provide only limited information), but try to take the reviews with a grain of salt.   4. The Attorney's Own Website. You can find accolades, publications, testimonials, and even whether the lawyer offers free consultations by looking at his or her website. While a poorly designed site might not mean that attorney isn't legit, but sometimes it's not a great sign either.   5. Third-Party Rating Groups. If up to this point you have found limited information on a lawyer's profile or performance, there are third-party groups that will recognize when a lawyer is great. Some notable choices are Lawyers Networks or Associations, such as MyLA, where we take very serious the prestige and work of our integrants. Feel free and confident to hire our Lawyers or Legal professionals, you won't be disapointed!  
 
 

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List of recognised jurisdictions and qualified lawyers

List of recognised jurisdictions and qualified lawyers

   

List of recognised jurisdictions and qualified lawyers

Last updated 29 September 2017  
Recognised Jurisdiction Qualified Lawyer
Albania Avokat
Algeria Avocat
Antigua and Barbuda Attorney at Law
Argentina Abogado/a
Armenia Advocate
Australia Lawyer
Austria Rechtsanwalt
Bangladesh Advocate
Belarus Advakat
Belgium Avocat/Advocaat/ Rechtsanwalt
Bermuda Barrister/Advocate
Bolivia Abogado
Republic of Botswana Legal Practitioner
Brazil Advogado
Bulgaria Адвокат (Advocat)
Burundi Advocate
Cameroon Republic Advocate/Solicitor
Canada
Alberta (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor
British Columbia (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor
Manitoba (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor
New Brunswick (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor
Newfoundland and Labrador (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor
Northwest Territories (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor
Nova Scotia (Canada) Lawyer
Nunavut (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor
Prince Edward Island (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor/Attorney
Province of Ontario (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor
Quebec (Canada) Advocate/Attorney
Saskatchewan (Canada) Lawyer
Yukon (Canada) Barrister/Solicitor
Chile Lawyer/Abogado
People's Republic of China Lawyer
Colombia Abogado
Croatia Odvjetnik/Odvjetnica
Cyprus Δικηγόρος (Dikegoros)
Czech Republic Advokát
Denmark Advokat
Dominican Republic Lawyer
Ecuador Abogado
Egypt Lawyer
England and Wales Barrister
Estonia Vandeaddvokaat
Finland Asianajaja Advokat / Luvan saanut oikeudenkayntiavustaja / Rattegangsbitrade med tillstand
Fiji Barrister/Solicitor
France Avocat/Avocat aux Conseils/Notaire
Georgia Advocate
Germany Rechtsanwalt
Ghana Lawyer
Gibraltar Solicitor/Barrister
Greece Δικηγόρος (Dikegoros)
Grenada Attorney-at-Law
Hong Kong Solicitor
Hong Kong Barrister
Hungary Ügyvéd
Iceland lögmaður
India Advocate
Indonesia Advocate
Iran Attorney-at-Law
Iraq
Iraq Lawyer
Kurdistan (Region of Iraq) Lawyer
Ireland Solicitor/Barrister
Isle of Man Manx Advocate
Israel Advocate
Italy Avvocato
Jamaica Attorney at Law
Japan Bengoshi
Jersey Advocate
Jordan Lawyer
Kazakhstan Advocate
Kenya Advocate
Korean Republic Lawyer
Kuwait Lawyer
Kyrgyz Republic Advocate
Latvia Zvērināts advokāts
Lebanon Lawyer
Lichtenstein Rechtsanwalt
Lithuania Advokatas
Luxembourg Avocat
Macau Special Administrative Region Advogado
Malawi Legal Practitioner
Malaysia (West) Advocate Solicitor
Malta Avukat Prokuratur Legali
Mauritius Barrister/Advocate
Mexico Lawyer (Cedula Profesional)
Moldova Lawyer from the Republic of Moldova
Montenegro Advocate
Montserrat Attorney at Law
Morocco Avocat
Namibia Legal practitioner
Nepal Adhivakta
Netherlands Advocaat Notaris/Kandidaat Notaris
New Zealand Barrister/Solicitor
Nigeria Solicitor/Advocate
Northern Ireland Solicitor/Barrister
Norway Advokat
Oman Lawyer
Pakistan Advocate Simplicitor/ Advocate of the High Courts/ Advocate of Supreme Court
Palestinian Territories Lawyer
Panama Abogado
Paraguay Abogado
Peru Abogado
Philippines Attorney/Counsellor at Law
Poland Adwokat Radca Prawny
Portugal Advogado
Puerto Rico Lawyer
Romania Avocat/Consilier Juridic
Russian Federation aдвокат (Advocate)
Rwanda Advocate
Scotland Solicitor/Advocate
Serbia Advocate
Sierra Leone Barrister & Solicitor of the High Court of Sierra Leone
Singapore Advocate/Solicitor
Slovakia Advokát
Slovenia Odvetnik
South Africa Advocate/Attorney
Spain Abogado/Advocat/Avogado/ Abokatu/Procurador
Sri Lanka Attorney at law
Sudan Advocate/Lawyer
Sweden Advokat/Jurists holding the Juristexamen
Switzerland Avocat/Rechtsanwalt
Taiwan Attorney
Tanzania Advocate
Thailand Litigator
Trinidad and Tobago Attorney at Law
Tunisia Avocat
Turkey Avukat
Uganda Advocate
Ukraine Advocate
United States of America
Alabama (United States of America) Attorney
Arizona (United States of America) Attorney at Law
Arkansas (United States of America) Attorney at Law
California (United States of America) Lawyer
Colorado (United States of America) Attorney/Counsellor-at-law
Connecticut (United States of America) Attorney/Lawyer
Florida (United States of America) Attorney
Georgia (United States of America) Attorney
Hawaii (United States of America) Lawyer
Idaho (United States of America) Attorney
Illinois (United States of America) Attorney
Iowa (United States of America) Attorney and Counsellors
Kansas (United States of America) Attorney
Kentucky (United States of America) Attorney
Louisiana (United States of America) Attorney/Counsellor at Law
Maine (United States of America) Lawyer
Maryland (United States of America) Attorney
Massachusetts (United States of America) Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Michigan (United States of America) Attorney
Minnesota (United States of America) Attorney at Law
Mississippi (United States of America) Attorney
Missouri (United States of America) Attorney/Counsellor at Law
Montana (United States of America) Licensed Attorney
Nebraska (United States of America) Attorney
Nevada (United States of America) Attorney
New Hampshire (United States of America) Attorney
New Jersey (United States of America) Attorney at Law
New Mexico (United States of America) Attorney
New York State (United States of America) Attorney/Counsellor-at-Law
North Carolina (United States of America) Attorney
Ohio (United States of America) Attorney
Oklahoma (United States of America) Attorney at Law
Oregon (United States of America) Attorney at Law
Pennsylvania (United States of America) Attorney/Lawyer
South Carolina (United States of America) Attorney at Law
Tennessee (United States of America) Attorney
Texas (United States of America) Attorney
Utah (United States of America) Attorney
Virginia (United States of America) Attorney/Counsellor at Law
Washington DC (United States of America) Attorney
Washington state (United States of America) Attorney at Law
Wisconsin (United States of America) Attorney Lawyer
Uruguay* Applicants must be registered with the Uruguayan Bar Association. Lawyer
Uzbekistan Advocate
Venezuela Abogado
Vietnam Lawyer
Zambia Legal Practitioner
Zimbabwe Legal Practitioner
   
 
 

 

    
 

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Call or e-mail us, and we will be happy to hear from you.

Thank you! 

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Join our Community around the world:

 


The MyLA International Lawyers Network is a worldwide organization of Independent Lawyers, Law firms and connected legal professionals that have formed an association for the purpose of collaboration, exchange of information and assistance for International issues.  The members of the Network maintain complete autonomy, perform their professional services on an independent basis, and are not affiliated for the joint practice of law.  The information contained in this Dossier is for informational purpose only, and no contractual obligation will be extended from it. Thank you.

10 Steps to buy a Property in Spain

10 Steps to buy a Property in Spain

The process for buying and selling a property may vary a great deal from country to country. My Lawyer Abroad International Lawyers Network offers you all of the expertise and experience required so that you, whether as a seller or buyer, can feel secure and satisfied throughout the entire process of your Spanish property transaction.   01 Find a property. Visit your local estate agents and discuss with them   you are looking for and the budget available. The agents should know the properties that will suit your   criteria and will recommend a number of English  speaking solicitors.   02 Research the property. Organise a survey; your independent Abogado (solicitor)  will provide a publicly registered title deed or escritura   publica. The estate agent will have copies of the simpla nota (a   report from the Property Registry). Don’t forget to get a copy of latest utility bills from the   seller to ensure the property is debt free.   03 Get legal and tax advice. Your Lawyer will be able to give you a breakdown of all   local, regional and national taxes, rules and regulations, and costs associated with the property. Allow 7-12% for legal, notary fees and taxes related to the purchase of the property.   04 Place offer. Place an offer through the agencia inmobiliaria (estate agent) – usually between 5-10%. Don’t forget to find out what’s included in the price and negotiate the best deal.   05 Sign the Arras/ Pre-Contrato privado de compraventa (pre-agreement contract). Ensure it includes the agreed selling price, what’s   included and the date for the final payment. You would lose your deposit and seller would have to pay double if either pull out of the agreement. Don’t forget to include conditions in the contract (e.g. financing, survey results, planning, etc.).   06 Get a NIE. New owner must have NIE number; a fiscal number stating whether owner is Spanish or non-resident. If this does not take place, the property will not officially be yours.   07 Sign the Escritura Publica (the deed). Make an appointment with the local notary to view the   signing and register it at the Registro de la Propiedad.   08 Arrange funds for the purchase. You will need to pay the outstanding balance to the   vendor at the moment of the signature, or, in some cases, once the deed has been signed.   09 Register the property. Ensures ownership rights are fully protected. There will be a standard fee charge.   10 Enjoy your new House!  
 
The sale of property is usually an (officially) unregulated activity in foreign countries, yet touches upon significant financial, tax, estate planning and other ownership issues. If you are at all unsure about how to navigate the many issues this presents then please do contact an independent lawyer.   Either you decide to Contact us, or search for a Lawyer outside our Network, please do ensure you use a truly independent lawyer to handle any purchase you make.  
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Buy a property in Spain, Commercial and Residential Lettings in Spain. Conveyancing in Spain, Debt Collection and Recovery, Estate administration. Eviction Proceedings, Golden visa program, Inheritance and Wills in SpainLandlord and Rental Agreements, Mortgages and re-mortgaging in Spain, Obtaining a NIE, Obtain a Power of Attorney, Property litigation in Spain, Property ownership options, Real estate investment, Property Purchase in Spain, Residential development, Segregations, Sell Spanish Property, Unregistered land /property, Updating property Deeds, Other Legal Services in Spain...

In case you wish our Professionals to assist you in with your transactions, please Contact us.
You can Access our English speaking Lawyers Directory  in Spain ->> HERE English Speaking Legal service providers in Spain:
Spanish LawyersNotary in SpainChartered AccountantsInsuranceTranslators /Interpreters (Official, Sworn, Professional), Other Professional Services in Spain: Court Experts in Spain, Detectives in Spain, Auditors in Spain, Quality Certifications in Spain, Real Estate Agencies in Spain, Architects in Spain, Certificado energéticoFinancial services for foreigners, Mortgages for foreigners, Relocations to Spain /MobilityOthers...
 
 
 
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First legal opinion by phone is completely free!*

*In almost all cases Lawyers costs money. Still, this FREE CALL enables you to see whether you have a legal problem and really need profesional advice.  

The rule is simple:

1.- You Contact us, e-mail us your contact details and request a Call back; 2.- We call you asap we have an available line ( in less than 24 hours); 3.- You give as a broad idea about your problem and see if there is a Case. 4.- If you really need a Lawyer or legal service, we will send your contact details to our Collaborator, the NEAREST Lawyer or Legal professional  that best suits your needs. 5.- The best professional available will contact you and set up a fixed Price consultation; from that moment our job is done and you deal exclusively with the Lawyer or Legal professional. 6.- Please give us your Feed back about the Professional and Assistance received, as we request the highest standards of professionality from all our Collaborators. 7.- We thank you for your trust in our Lawyers Network, and invite you to be back to us in case you need it again.
 
My Lawyer Abroad is an international network of independent lawyers in different Countries, offering professional services at the highest standards.

Renting out your property in Spain

 

Renting out your property in Spain

  When having a 2nd home in Spain and we use it maybe a couple of months per year, we will be tempted to rent it for the rest of the year, either for the money, either for the fear of an "okupa".... if so, maybe you want to read the following rows. 

Short-term lets  

If you want to let your property to tourists on a short-term basis, you must ensure that you are doing so in accordance with Spanish law. The regulations on letting tourist apartments (apartamentos turisticos) and holiday homes (viviendas vacacionales) to tourists will vary depending on the region where the property is located. If you are planning on making a return by renting out your property on a short-term basis, it is best to seek independent legal advice and check what the rules are at the local town hall or the tourist department of the regional government before you buy. Be aware that the marketing of private residential property to tourists is strictly regulated in many regions of Spain. Owners who are caught illegally advertising or letting out their properties without complying with local legislation can be liable for significant fines, in some cases reaching as much as €30,000. If you are planning to buy an apartment which is part of a residential block, you should also check whether there are any rules set by the committee of owners that prohibit or restrict short-term letting. You may want to consider hiring a Spanish letting agent to assist with finding tenants and managing the property on your behalf, and a Spanish lawyer drawing up rental contracts. In some regions, such as Murcia, it is compulsory to use a specialist tourist apartment management company for short-term rentals to tourists.

Long-term lets

Owners who let their properties on a long-term basis are free to do so within the terms set out by the national rental law. However, it is worth seeking professional advice to make sure that you are complying with Spanish legislation and that you are using the correct rental contract. In Spain, there are different types of contracts depending on how long the property is due to be let. Be sure to have your lawyer prepare your contract, this way you avoid the majority of the problems related to property letting. 

Letting taxes

You must ensure that you declare your rental income to the Spanish tax authorities (Agencia Tributaria) whether you are a resident* in Spain or not. Taxation is a complex issue, and it is advisable to seek the advice of an accountant or professional tax adviser with comprehensive and up to date knowledge of the Spanish tax regulations.   Either you decide to Contact us, or search for a Lawyer outside our Network, please do ensure you use a truly independent lawyer to handle any transaction you make.    *You are a "resident" in Spain if you spend more tan 183 days per year in Spanish territory. If so, you must not only declare your local income but your Global income too. Be sure to seek the advice of a professional tax adviser specialised in international taxation. 
 
 Thank you.

 
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Buy a property in Spain, Commercial and Residential Lettings in Spain,Conveyancing in Spain, Debt Collection and Recovery, Estate administration. Eviction Proceedings, Golden visa program, Inheritance and Wills in SpainLandlord and Rental Agreements, Mortgages and re-mortgaging in Spain, Obtaining a NIE, Obtain a Power of Attorney, Property litigation in Spain, Property ownership options, Real estate investment, Property Purchase in Spain, Residential development, Segregations, Sell Spanish Property, Unregistered land /property, Updating property Deeds, Other Legal Services in Spain...

In case you wish our Professionals to assist you in with your transactions, please Contact us.
You can Access our English speaking Lawyers Directory  in Spain ->> HERE English Speaking Legal service providers in Spain:
Spanish LawyersNotary in SpainChartered AccountantsInsuranceTranslators /Interpreters (Official, Sworn, Professional), Other Professional Services in Spain: Court Experts in Spain, Detectives in Spain, Auditors in Spain, Quality Certifications in Spain, Real Estate Agencies in Spain, Architects in Spain, Certificado energéticoFinancial services for foreigners, Mortgages for foreigners, Relocations to Spain /MobilityOthers...
 
 
Feel free to CONTACT us and /or request a CALL BACK and we will be back to you asap.

First legal opinion by phone is completely free!*

*In almost all cases Lawyers costs money. Still, this FREE CALL enables you to see whether you have a legal problem and really need profesional advice.  

The rule is simple:

1.- You Contact us, e-mail us your contact details and request a Call back; 2.- We call you asap we have an available line ( in less than 24 hours); 3.- You give as a broad idea about your problem and see if there is a Case. 4.- If you really need a Lawyer or legal service, we will send your contact details to our Collaborator, the NEAREST Lawyer or Legal professional  that best suits your needs. 5.- The best professional available will contact you and set up a fixed Price consultation; from that moment our job is done and you deal exclusively with your Lawyer or Legal professional. 6.- Please give us your Feed back about the Professional and Assistance received, as we request the highest standards of professionality from all our Collaborators. 7.- We thank you for your trust in our Lawyers Network, and invite you to be back to us in case you need it again.
 
My Lawyer Abroad is an international network of independent lawyers in different Countries, offering professional services at the highest standards.

 

Sell a Property in Spain

Sell a Property in Spain

The process for buying and selling a property may vary a great deal from country to country. My Lawyer Abroad International Lawyers Network offers you all of the expertise and experience required so that you, whether as a seller or buyer, can feel secure and satisfied throughout the entire process of your Spanish property transaction.   The sale of property is usually an (officially) unregulated activity in foreign countries, yet touches upon significant financial, tax, estate planning and other ownership issues. If you are at all unsure about how to navigate the many issues this presents then please do contact an independent lawyer.   Either you decide to Contact us, or search for a Lawyer outside our Network, please do ensure you use a truly independent lawyer to handle any transaction you make.    
 Related:
Buy a property in Spain, Commercial and Residential Lettings in Spain, Conveyancing in Spain, Debt Collection and Recovery, Estate administration. Eviction Proceedings, Golden visa program, Inheritance and Wills in SpainLandlord and Rental Agreements, Mortgages and re-mortgaging in Spain, Obtaining a NIE, Obtain a Power of Attorney, Property litigation in Spain, Property ownership options, Real estate investment, Property Purchase in Spain, Residential development, Segregations, Sell Spanish Property, Unregistered land /property, Updating property Deeds, Other Legal Services in Spain...
In case you wish our Professionals to assist you in with your transactions, please Contact us.
You can Access our English speaking Lawyers Directory  in Spain ->> HERE English Speaking Legal service providers in Spain:
Spanish LawyersNotary in SpainChartered AccountantsInsuranceTranslators /Interpreters (Official, Sworn, Professional), Other Professional Services in Spain: Court Experts in Spain, Detectives in Spain, Auditors in Spain, Quality Certifications in Spain, Real Estate Agencies in Spain, Architects in Spain, Certificado energéticoFinancial services for foreigners, Mortgages for foreigners, Relocations to Spain /MobilityOthers...
 

 
Feel free to CONTACT us and /or request a CALL BACK and we will be back to you asap.

First legal opinion by phone is completely free!*

*In almost all cases Lawyers costs money. Still, this FREE CALL enables you to see whether you have a legal problem and really need profesional advice.  

The rule is simple:

1.- You Contact us, e-mail us your contact details and request a Call back; 2.- We call you asap we have an available line ( in less than 24 hours); 3.- You give as a broad idea about your problem and see if there is a Case. 4.- If you really need a Lawyer or legal service, we will send your contact details to our Collaborator, the NEAREST Lawyer or Legal professional  that best suits your needs. 5.- The best professional available will contact you and set up a fixed Price consultation; from that moment our job is done and you deal exclusively with your Lawyer or Legal professional. 6.- Please give us your Feed back about the Professional and Assistance received, as we request the highest standards of professionality from all our Collaborators. 7.- We thank you for your trust in our Lawyers Network, and invite you to be back to us in case you need it again.
 
My Lawyer Abroad is an International network of Independent lawyers in different Countries, offering professional services at the highest standards.