Enrique Sanchez in the press
Allow me to introduce myself; my name is Enrique Sanchez, a solicitor practising Spanish law based in Liverpool, UK for the past 3 years. I am a Spanish Abogado member of the Granada Bar and partner at Sanchez & Padilla Solicitors-Abogados, where I have been working for the past seven years. I am also registered with the Law Society of England and Wales, the British and Spanish law Association and listed in the Spanish Consulate of Manchester as a recommended Lawyer.
We cover all aspects of Spanish law, including conveyancing, transfer of properties, dissolution of partnerships, setting up of companies, preparing powers of attorney, Spanish wills, probates, legal translations and representation before the Spanish Courts.
We have two locations in Spain Salobrena and Granada, and an extensive network of agents throughout the Iberian Peninsula. This means we can provide full legal coverage across Spain and the Balearic and Canary Islands.
Many British clients who have bought property in the last few years are experiencing legal difficulties with their existing Spanish properties and we know that many more clients have paid deposits or are expecting to receive their properties in the near future. Well, our team of lawyers is working very hard to help these clients to come to an agreement with the developers, resolve disputes and, where necessary, represent them properly in Court.
We have a wealth of experience and an impressive track record in this respect. At the moment the precedents of law are changing in favour of the buyers and Judges in Spain ale giving judgements against unscrupulous developers. As a result, there is now a good chance to recover any unreturned deposits. To protect yourself against any insolvency issues, it is crucial to act fast, should you require taking legal action against any developers or banks.
Virginia Sanchez in our Salobrena office is a solicitor and tax specialist. Some of her areas of expertise include non resident taxation, dissolution of joint ownerships of partnership, as well as advising you best on how to pay 1% transfer tax, rather than the 7% transfer tax paid by many.
If we can assist further, please do not hesitate to contact me. I will be glad to discuss any issues by telephone, email or arrange an appointment at your office or home, your English solicitor's office, or at my own office.
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