February 3, 2023
As for digital nomads – remote workers – Act 28/2022 of 21st December allows them to enter and remain in Spain for financial reasons if they can prove that they are international teleworkers. This means that those who are not citizens of an EU country – those who are enjoy freedom of movement – can apply for a 3-year residence permit (which can be extended for a further 2 years) if they meet the requirements and with the added bonus of a resolution period of only 20 working days.
January 23, 2023
The CPI rose by 5.7% between December 2021 and 2022. This means that in January 2023 alimony payments should increase proportionately.
January 14, 2023
With today's average life expectancy of 83 years, it is not the same for descendants to receive assets from their parents or grandparents when they are most welcome, i.e. during a person's stage of economic development, as when they are already enjoying a comfortable retirement. Law 8/2022 for the Balearic Islands develops the tools that are available to Balearic residents, enabling us to plan our legacies as efficiently as possible.
January 2, 2023
The Royal Decree no. 20/2022, of 27th December, on measures to respond to the economic and social consequences of the war in Ukraine and to support the reconstruction of the island of La Palma and other situations of vulnerability provides for an "extraordinary limitation of the annual updating of the rent of housing rental contracts", which will apply until 31 December 2023 by wich unless the parties agree otherwise, the increase may not exceed 2%.
December 18, 2022
The Golden Visa is a special resident’s visa for those who decide to invest in Spain. It allows the investor to not only live in Spain but also work here and bring their family over. Moreover, the holder can travel freely throughout the European Union so long as they visit Spain at least once a year for the visa to remain valid and can provide proof that they still have investments here.
March 3, 2021
Since the 1st of January, UK citizens can only expend 90 days every 180 days in the EU. The 90 days restrictions starts every time the UK citizen enters the EU. Within every entry the person have 90 days, but it should be taken in consideration the previous visits to not exceed the 90 days […]
September 11, 2020
At Agote Diez & Abogados we are conscious that many of our British clients are feeling concerned regarding their legal status in Spain in the wake of Brexit. For this reason, we put at your disposal the official guidelines issued by the Spanish Government for the benefit of British residents in Spain and their families: […]
March 16, 2020
Due to the actual alarm status stem from the Covid-19 spread, this office will not be open to public. We will respond any telephone call - to +34 971 67 50 72 - Monday to Friday from 9 am to 2 pm. All emails will be responded.
April 15, 2019
It is quite normal to hire a lawyer when a problem arises, in other words, as a responsive gesture. However, it is not so common to do so to prevent or anticipate a complication which might lead to some unpleasant surprises.
April 8, 2019
There is a great deal of unease among British nationals living with their families in Spain as citizens of the European Union. If the United Kingdom leaves without reaching a deal, there will be no transition period and EU law will cease to be applied to and by the UK, which means a large number of British nationals will become nationals of a third party country with no document authorising them to legally reside in Spain, thereby causing an irregular situation.