Among the various complexities arising from the divorce of foreigners in Spain with children, there is the common situation in which one of the former spouses returns to their country of origin or moves to a different country for work. How does this decision affect the measures adopted at the time of the divorce with respect to custody of the children and the various terms governing the visitation schedule or child support payments?
Spain is an attractive destination for students all over the world thanks to its historic universities and its cultural and touristic wealth. However, the legal procedures young people must follow in order to remain on Spanish soil once they have a spot at an educational institution can provoke certain questions.
We believe that what places us among the best family lawyers in Barcelona is not only our ability to advise clients in the most complex and specific cases, but also the effort we make to fully clarify key concepts related to the matter at hand. In this sense, we favor each person understanding the scope of any claim, agreement or ruling. In the context of a divorce involving children, custody is one of the main issues to resolve, which is why we want to take a closer look at its definition and types of custody today.
While we have already analyzed the application of Spanish law and the jurisdiction of the Spanish courts in divorces involving at least one spouse of another nationality in a previous article, today we are focusing on a common question that arises in such cases: within the framework of a divorce, what law applies when resolving conflicts related to children with a foreign nationality? Specifically, one of the most important aspects we will highlight in this article is what law applies to child support.
One of the newest options for obtaining a residence permit in Spain is known as the entrepreneur visa, introduced in law 14/2013. If you are interested in undertaking a business initiative or highly qualified professional job on Spanish soil, we can process your residence visa if you meet the requirements established in the aforementioned law.
Throughout a marriage or its equivalent, it is common for us to analyze our partner’s ability to raise and educate our children or future children. However, within the trusting atmosphere established in such relationships [...]
Some of the most common questions we receive from clients who hire us as lawyers specializing in family law are related to the future of their marital home. In this regard, it is essential to understand that allocation of use of the home within the framework of the divorce is completely independent from mortgage loans being paid.
One of the most significant legislative developments for our work as international inheritance lawyers in recent years is European Union (EU) Regulation 650/2012, which for the first time introduced an EU-wide framework for laws regarding succession by reason of death. In this article, we’d like to review some of the key implications of this regulation.