Lawyer in Spain
The commercial and civil codes in Spain are complex and require a Spanish lawyer with a deep knowledge of both if you want to achieve your goals in Spain. If Spanish is not your native language, it may be harder to work with a lawyer and understand the content of a contract. Our lawyers speak your language. We have specialists in real estate, immigration, business law, business litigation, and intellectual property.
Strong Abogados provides most legal services, such as:
- Property transactions: We perform all the background checks on the property, and manage relations with the notary and broker/seller to ensure the real estate purchase goes smoothly.
- Immigration: Step-by-step assistance to obtain a residence permit for you or your family from our in-house immigration lawyers.
- Litigation: We offer a comprehensive business litigation and dispute resolution service that covers the main areas of commercial and civil law, always looking for the solution that best suits the client's interests.
- Debt collection: With our debt collection service, we charge our fees in proportion to the amount actually recovered.
- Contracts: We cover all your needs, from drafting contracts and agreements to complex transactions.
- e-Commerce: We review your websites and contracts to make sure they conform with Spanish regulations.
- Intellectual property: We register your trademarks, brand names, and patents in Spain.
- Inheritance: We register the death, process the will, negotiate the proper division of assets, and register the new ownership of properties in Spain.
- Wills: We draft your Spanish will to ensure your properties in Spain will be transferred according to your wishes.
We do not handle issues of family law or criminal law.
Sample contracts for Spain
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Site of the Spanish Notaries