3 July 2020 Three relocation specialists, an agent, a lawyer and a currency expert are coming together to give their advice to people thinking about selling up in Spain (Costa Blanca/Calida areas) and returning home. Whether because of age, family circumstances, Brexit or another reason, we will share with you all you need to know. How to get organised, what to arrange and how to avoid unnecessary costs. It might be you’re selling a rental property, and we’ll cover that…
Protecting your family assets in Spain Thursday 4th June 2020 – 11am Living through the last three months in Spain has been a sobering experience. With restrictions lifting, people are beginning to re-start their lives. We are hosting an online webinar at this time to address issues that may have cropped up during lockdown that now you are able to do something about. These include:
These past couple of months have been as difficult as most people can remember in living memory. People in Spain, our clients included, have been profoundly affected by Coronavirus. It has caused many to consider their own health and their wishes going forwards. In response to numerous requests, we have created a way that clients can make an emergency Will, either for the first time, or to revoke all existing ones. The following conditions need to be met to ensure…
Under normal circumstances, appointing a Power of Attorney (POA) isn’t a service required by every British person buying property in Spain. However, recent events have shown just how valuable it can be to all non-resident buyers. Since the end of January, Brexit and the countdown to the end of the transition period has disrupted the application process for NIEs and residency permits, mainly in areas popular with expats.
Purchasing a property is one of the largest and important investment decisions we make at any stage of our life. It is obviously key for the buyer that their interests are protected, and that nothing goes wrong during the purchase process and that their monies are investment. Sun Lawyers makes sure that purchasers have all the correct clauses within the purchase contract and that they are 100% protected.
Whether you are the owner of a property in Spain and you’re letting it out, or you are a tenant, you must make sure that you are protected with a rental contract. Here is a helpful guide about what a Rental Contract is, and why it protects you.
Buying a home in Spain is not a decision to be taken lightly. The decision to proceed, when added to the bureaucracy and lengthy purchase procedures in Spain, means choosing the right lawyer can make all the difference.