Category: Case studies

Case Study – Selling in Spain

Case Study – Selling in Spain

Selling in Spain We were recently approached by a lady who decided to ask us about selling her property in Spain that she had owned…

Case Study – Questions Regarding Problem Tenants

Case Study – Questions Regarding Problem Tenants

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Tenants have left? I have a tenant that has left my apartment not giving notice, not returning the keys, and with outstanding bills and rent.…

Case Study – Ownership and Right to Use a Property (usufruct)

Case Study – Ownership and Right to Use a Property (usufruct)

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Ownership and Possession Under Spanish law the right of ownership of a property is divided in two different rights, bare ownership and possession. An example,…

Rent to Buy Purchase

Rent to Buy Purchase

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Sometimes clients are interested in a Rent to Buy option, as opposed to an outright purchase. This may be because they do not have the…

Probate and Inheritance -Death of a Spouse or Family Member with Assets in Spain?

Probate and Inheritance -Death of a Spouse or Family Member with Assets in Spain?

We thought that a case study regarding probate and inheritance may be helpful related to the death of a spouse or a Family Member with…

Case Study – Returning Rental Cars in State of Alarm

Case Study – Returning Rental Cars in State of Alarm

The local Guardia Civil are receiving a lot of questions regarding the return of rental cars in the State of Alarm. If someone has rented…

Case Study – Amicable Divorce

Case Study – Amicable Divorce

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We recently received an enquiry regarding assistance with an amicable divorce. The couple explained that the split was friendly. They divide the time between them…

Dissolution of Joint Ownership

Dissolution of Joint Ownership

Just over a year ago we were approached regarding a dissolution of joint ownership. This is also known as a division of joint tenancy or…

Gifting a Property – Donation

Gifting a Property – Donation

Posted in: Case studies, Family Law

Gifting property or money during someone’s lifetime is known in Spain as a donation or donacíon. Why would someone do this? Very simply, with inheritance…

Mental Incapacity

Mental Incapacity

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There are problems faced when a family member can no longer make decisions for themselves. They are said to “lack mental capacity”. Unfortunately, in some…