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. Our lawyers in our three offices in Spain are specialists in real estate, immigration, business law, business litigation, and intellectual property. We also partner with lawyers throughout Spain to provide you with service in English wherever you need it.
Strong Abogados provides most legal services, such as:
We do not handle issues of family law or criminal law.
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Site of the Spanish Notaries
To represent clients in court, a lawyer needs to be registered in one of the many city-based Bar Associations (Ilustre Colegios de Abogados) throughout Spain. Each member of a Bar Association has a number (número de colegiado). To know if a lawyer is registered in a Bar Association, go to abogacia.es and type in the lawyer's name or number. There are yearly dues to the Bar Association so if the lawyer is not representing clients in court, they do not need to be registered -- they may decide to save the money.
You can call up the Bar Association to ask about any complaints that have been lodged against that person. A lawyer is required to keep all information about their clients confidential, and is bound by the Codigo Deontológico.