On this occasion, we’re going to address a key issue related to foreigners married abroad divorcing in Spain. What happens if you have minor children and one of the spouses wants to return to their country of origin with them? What tends to be the direction of court decisions in these cases?
As we’ve repeated in several of our blog posts, contested divorce proceedings are regulated by the Civil Procedure Law, which establishes the guidelines and terms to be followed. In this new post, we want to focus on the need to file a divorce petition as soon as possible, i.e. before the other party does. We’re going to review a series of tips, just as we did regarding the topic of foreigners married abroad divorcing in Spain.
When a couple makes the decision to divorce with minor children involved and one of the parents decides to move to another country, a visitation schedule is established in accordance with a series of special guidelines that we would like to discuss as lawyers specializing in family law.
As lawyers specializing in family law, we want to dedicate this post to reviewing a series of matters to consider before taking the step of getting married, with a special emphasis on the topic of marital agreements.
As lawyers who are experts in international inheritances, we can tell you that although the Spanish Civil Code doesn’t establish a deadline to accept an inheritance, it is considered to be 30 years from the death of the testator. That is, none of its articles establish the amount of time a person has to decide whether or not to assume the “role” of an heir. In this regard, it is important to emphasize that the acceptance of an inheritance is an act by which a person expresses their willingness to succeed the deceased. Of course, in addition to acquiring the assets or income of the deceased, acceptance of an inheritance also entails acquiring their debts and obligations.
It is increasingly common to seek out the best family lawyers in Barcelona in Barcelona in order to ask questions related to very specific family situations that are particularly complex. One key question today is
knowing what to do in order to have a Spanish decision on family matters enforced in another European Union (EU) country, or conversely, a decision from another EU country enforced in Spain.
As some of the best family lawyers in Barcelona, since we are former judges, we are aware that each divorce proceeding has its own quirks and that they aren’t all the same since there may be special factors that complicate the situation.
As lawyers specializing in international inheritance, we want to focus on a topic you may have wondered about: the possibility of nullifying a will. We’re going to look at when it can be done and what steps must be followed.