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The costly experience of using a phony driver’s licence writes Antonio Flores

IT is a well-documented fact that the Spanish Costas’ rich variety of foreign residents increases the complexity of legal issues and driving licenses -...

Spain celebrates a decade of same-sex marriage

Spain was the third country in the world to legalise same-sex marriage

Crying out for clarity

Lawyer Antonio Flores delves into the murky world of inheritance tax and how it affects expats

Legal trouble over Gibraltar’s insufficient sewage works

Gibraltar's lack of a sewage treatment plant has landed the UK government in trouble with European courts

Law in action

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

Things to consider when facing a divorce abroad

The top five things to consider abroad to dodge a difficult break-up, writes Frank Arndt, Managing Partner of Paradigm Family Law

Andalucia’s solar plant at the centre of million-euro legal battle

Andasol investors are suing Spain following solar subsidy cuts

No hiding place?

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

Banking magnate Baron Rothschild to appear in court in victory for expats

An Alicante court has issued a writ to indict and interrogate the boss of N.M Rothschild & Sons

Work to resume at controversial Algarrobico hotel

The 'hotel ilegal' saga has taken another twist

The legal battle that restored Spain’s claim to the biggest ever underwater bounty

Jack Gaioni explores modern-day treasure hunters, are they pirates or archaeologists?

Behind bars in Spain

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

Los Merinos golf course green for go on UNESCO-protected area in Ronda

Eight years of legal wrangling and the planned development might still come to pass

Spain’s first bondage hotel cancels grand opening in Valencia

The BDSM lodging is inspired by Fifty Shades of Grey

Leader of Podemos sues PP official over links to Castro and terrorist group ETA

Pablo Iglesias is also suing newspaper El Mundo

Ex-king Juan Carlos nears legal immunity amid paternity suits

Legislation has been passed to the protect the ex-monarch

Spanish architect awarded damages by critical website

Santiago Calatrava has won his lawsuit against 'Calatrava bleeds you dry' site

Olive Press readers overwhelmingly support campaign to demolish Algarrobico

Our online poll reveals how readers really feel about the monstrous hotel

Spanish public notary wins bank mis-selling case

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

Scaremongering tactics and the facts

Antonio Flores uncovers the truth behind some of the rumours surrounding non-resident tax issues

Queen Sofia sues online dating site for mock-up ad campaign

The Queen of Spain to take legal action against US website Ashley Madison for ‘damage to her honour and dignity’

If it sounds too good to be true…

Financial adviser Richard Alexander looks at the risks of 'guaranteed' returns

What happens when you follow bad advice?

Antonio Flores looks at what happened to the private investors caught up in the Lehman Brothers collapse and why some were more successful than others in pursuing their claims…

How to handle Spain’s Hacienda

In a bid to raise much needed funds the Inland Revenue is making new demands on foreign property owners, writes Antonio Flores
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