Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Spain’s Inheritance Tax rules

Inheritance tax break for non-residents quelling cost fears, writes Antonio Flores

Spanish tax office closes inheritance tax avoidance schemes

Olive Press columnist Antonio Flores of Lawbird gives the latest on inheritance tax

Fiddling the bids

Lawyer Antonio Flores looks out for real estate cons at auctions

Law in action

Resolution to residency cases in record time gives hope to foreign investors, writes lawyer Antonio Flores

Ways to tackle Spanish property transfer tax

With the tax rate going higher and higher, columnist Antonio Flores looks at ways to get around it

No hiding place?

When community fee debts from Spain come knocking on your door in Britain...

Big defeat for Marbella mayor

Lawyer Antonio Flores, of Lawbird, on a wrangle with Munoz

Only fit for ‘chicken thieves’

Spain is the conman’s paradise and it doesn’t look like that will change anytime soon, writes Antonio Flores

Spanish bureaucracy and tax loopholes

Antonio Flores, of Marbella-based Lawbird, explores Spain’s paperwork forests

Time for a divorce in Spain?

Antonio Flores, of Lawbird, tackles the tricky questions about ending a marriage

Drunk behind the wheel in Spain

Legal expert Antonio Flores explains the obvious and not-so-obvious dangers of drink-driving

The winding road to Spanish residency

Antonio Flores examines the route to residency

Questioning lawyer’s fees in Spain

Antonio Flores offers advice on how best to deal with the tricky situation of lawyers’ fees

Balancing privacy with press freedom

Columnist Antonio Flores, of Lawbird in Marbella, on how to keep the balance

Lawyers suing lawyers

Our regular Olive Press legal column by lawyer Antonio Flores

What if Jimmy Savile had found his prey in Torremolinos?

Legal columnist Antonio Flores explains how criminals can slip through the cracks in Spain

Behind bars in Spain

Antonio Flores of Marbella law firm, Lawbird, explores the controversies of a night in a cell

Spanish public notary wins bank mis-selling case

A public notary - supposedly an expert - wins case with plea of ignorance

Spanish police protocols

Olive Press columnist Antonio Flores, of Lawbird, explores Spanish police warrants

The invisible man

Columnist Antonio Flores, of Lawbird, on the intricacies of tax-residency in Spain

The trouble with aggressive advertising

Antonio Flores discusses which advertising clauses you can and can’t get away with

Determining the legality of a business in a residential complex

Columnist Antonio Flores explores the ins and outs of running a business from your home

EXPLAINER: How to use the law in Spain against online trolls

IT is hard to accept that the internet, from which we derive so much benefit, should be so densely populated by individuals...

New squatting rules in Spain drastically speed up the eviction process

THE Senate has approved specific measures against illegal occupiers of private property. Under the new bill, squatters will be served with an eviction notice...

EXPLAINER: What British expats in Spain need to know about the new residencia status

ON Monday July 6, 2020, the Directorate General of Migration and the Policia Nacional issued - upon application - a new residency card and, with it, a new residency status specifically created pursuant to the Withdrawal Agreement (Part Two), published jointly by the EU and the UK on November 14, 2018.
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