Glendale, CA asked in Real Estate Law and International Law for California

Q: I'm planning to purchase property in Spain. What type of lawyer do I need in order to ensure that the process is kosher?

2 Lawyer Answers
Julie King
Julie King
  • Monterey, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: You'd need a lawyer in Spain who handles real estate transactions, unless a lawyer in the United States works at a law firm with an office in Spain. Best wishes!

James L. Arrasmith
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  • International Law Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: If you are planning to purchase property in Spain, you should consider hiring a Spanish real estate lawyer. This type of lawyer can provide guidance on the legal process of purchasing property in Spain, including reviewing and negotiating contracts, ensuring compliance with local regulations, and handling any disputes that may arise during the transaction. Additionally, a real estate lawyer can advise you on tax implications and help ensure that your investment is protected. It's important to choose a lawyer who is experienced in Spanish real estate law and can communicate effectively in your language to ensure a smooth and successful transaction.

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