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Join Us at The Property Investor Show!

Join Us at The Property Investor Show!

We are delighted to announce the participation of Real(i)ty & Law as an exhibitor at The Property Investor Show, that will take place on 19-20 April 2024 at Excel London. Whether you're a seasoned investor or a newcomer to the market, our firm is dedicated to...

10 Tips to Buy Real Estate in Spain (and Pitfalls to Avoid)

10 Tips to Buy Real Estate in Spain (and Pitfalls to Avoid)

When buying real estate in Spain, there are several important considerations to keep in mind to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. Here are some of them. DO´S: 1. Seek Legal AdviceHire a reputable Spanish lawyer who specializes in real estate transactions....

Málaga: A Safe Bet For International Real-Estate Buyers

Málaga: A Safe Bet For International Real-Estate Buyers

Málaga, a beautiful city bathed in light and the Mediterranean Sea, located on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, has become an almost unrivalled destination for potential property buyers from all over the world for several reasons: Political and Economic Stability....

Why Expats with Assets in Spain Should Sign a Spanish Will

Why Expats with Assets in Spain Should Sign a Spanish Will

For foreign citizens who own property in Spain, ensuring their assets are protected and their wishes are upheld requires a vital legal step: making a Spanish will. This essential document can prevent complications and uncertainties for both the property owners and...

Legal Updates for British Homebuyers in Costa del Sol

Legal Updates for British Homebuyers in Costa del Sol

As the allure of owning a property in Málaga, Marbella, or anywhere else in Costa del Sol continues to captivate British buyers, hiring a reputable property lawyer in the area is paramount to understand the legal intricacies of real estate transactions, and to ensure...

Dying Without a Will in Spain: What To Do Next

Dying Without a Will in Spain: What To Do Next

We frequently advise clients who come to us because their father, mother or partner has died without having made a will in Spain. They feel unprotected as they believe that the lack of a testament will prevent them from accessing the assets of the inheritance. First...