There may be occasions when you need a certificate of Spanish law for legal purposes in your home or a third-party country. A certificate may be required by authorities or a judge so that they can understand how Spanish law applies to your particular situation.
Examples of when you might need a certificate of Spanish law include:
- Separation and divorce proceedings.
- Inheritance matters.
If you need proof of Spanish law in an administrative or judicial process in a third country, Costaluz Lawyers can issue a Certificate of Spanish Law on any legal matter in Spain.
The certificate is bi-lingual (double column with Spanish on the left side and English on the right) and signed by two independent legal experts. In this case, a Spanish lawyer from our practice and a Spanish Notary Public. We can also arrange for the certificate to carry the corresponding Hague Apostille if required.
Get in touch with us now to find out how to get the certificate of Spanish law you need or fill in the form below.