Team up to date in all the legal procedures involved with residency issues and tax declaration. Besides, reasonable prices and excellent service. Highly recommended.
We are a group of experts in Property Conveyancing and Tax Accountancy who work together with a solid knowledge of local institutions and regulations that works for all your legal and tax related issues. Offices across Costa del Sol, Spain. Nerja, Fuengirola, Marbella and Malaga. We speak English and Spanish.
In the Spanish Law system, taxes and law regulations may differ from one region to another. We offer our services in all Malaga, Cadiz and Granada Regions of Andalusia. Our team consists of specialist lawyers, economists, tax consultants and architects, a full solution under one roof. One to one personalised service.
We will guide you through the entire property purchasing process. We will also handle all the paperwork from debts to taxes, until everything has been handed over and finalised at the Notary Office and the property has been added to the land registry as yours.
We also make sure that the property is legal and free of extra charges, whilst our architect takes care of the urbanistic situation of the property, and our tax advisor aids you in all of the necessary taxes involved before and after completion.
We also advise our clients of the overall cost of buying a property, providing the total cost from the beginning with total transparency.
We are experts on double taxation with other countries, providing the latest advice and information on these agreements between Spain and your country of origin.
We offer tax advice to favour your interests and your legal requirements whether you are fiscal resident or not. We are specialised in Beckham Law applications
There are two ways properties can be rented in Spain, under contracts. Short-term rental contracts (viviendas de uso turístico) are used for work and leisure purposes, whilst long-term rental contracts are considered as permanent homes for the renter.
Long-term rentals come under national law, and, depending on the area in which the property is located, short-term rentals may have regional legislations that apply to the contracts. In some areas, this includes obtaining a license granting you the right to rent for touristic purposes, such as in Andalucia.
Any owner who is renting out their property (both long-term and short-term) must pay tax. Tax rates will vary depending on your circumstances, such as whether you are fiscal or non-fiscal resident. In order to learn more, please visit this page: Renting out a property in Spain.
Our aim is to develop long-lasting cooperation with you, which proves to be profitable for both sides. Indeed, any transaction that you complete in Spain will influence the amount of taxes due. Working with Tejada Solicitors, you benefit from regular communications, keeping an updated record of your transactions, and following up with the same specialist. As a family-run business, we believe in clear and efficient communication.
We generally hold a first meeting through Zoom or over the phone. This allows our clients to get a first impression of our team. Besides, it allows us to understand what the client is looking for before starting to work together.
The truth is, the price depends on the type of service. The costs for conveyancing are subject to the price of the property, whereas plain legal advice will depend on the number of hours and complexity of the subject. In any event, feel free to send us an e-mail and explain your case. We have clear transparency on our costs.
As a law firm with many years of experience all over the Costa del Sol, we offer services in Malaga city centre, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Mijas, Marbella, Estepona, Nerja, Velez-Malaga Torrox and Torre del Mar. We can also deliver our services to any place within the regions of Málaga, Cadiz and Granada.
Our team consists of specialist lawyers, economists, tax consultants and architects, a full solution under one roof. One to one personalised service.