13 Dec, 2020 @ 10:51
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Year 2021 – As exciting as Mad Max for Valencia region?

Mad Max Fury Road

LIGHT is now starting to glow at the end of the tunnel. We are soon to emerge from the grips of Covid 19. While eagerly brushing to one side that Mad Max was set in 2021, there is a palpable air of excitement about the year ahead. 

In our column we plan to be right there with you, bringing to life the legal topics and challenges that are the focus of your online and offline discussions. And what a year awaits us!

The expectation is that Valencia is set to spring forward as the long-hidden gem of the Mediterranean. There will be challenges and opportunities in equal measure. 

The city and its surrounds are quite distinct from any other Spanish destination to which expatriates normally flock. 

The people that are drawn here are also dissimilar from the traditional expat. We are of all ages, nationalities and all walks of life; each of us with our own appreciation of Valencia and its people. 

Some of us want to kick up our heels, others are here to ‘study’, others seek a restful retirement and others to push their businesses forward. Our column will reflect this diversity.

So look forward to us addressing topics related to tax, property, employment, succession and business. 

In the meantime, if you need legal assistance in English please contact Martin Hayes directly! 

Staff Reporter

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