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WEALTH TAX

Wealth Tax is a tax that levies the net wealth of individuals ([https://www.boe.es/buscar/act.php?id=BOE-A-1991-14392](https://www.boe.es/buscar/act.php?id=BOE-A-1991-14392)). In Spain, the obligation to file this tax return depends on certain conditions that you should know in detail. A&O Abogados, a law firm in Marbella, can inform, advise, and manage this type of tax efficiently.

FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCE

The offense of fraudulent conveyance is a criminal act involving the concealment, transfer, or removal of assets with the intention of evading financial liabilities. This practice adversely affects creditors, who see their rights violated by the debtor attempting to avoid debt repayment. According to Article 257 of the Spanish Penal Code, fraudulent conveyance is codified and punishable with imprisonment and fines. For more information, you can consult the Spanish Penal Code (https://www.boe.es/buscar/act.php?id=BOE-A-1995-25444).

TAX DEDUCTIONS AND TIPS FOR THE IRPF

At A&O Abogados, your trusted law firm, we want to ensure you have all the information about this tax and the best ways to manage it at your disposal. “Tax Deductions and Tips for IRPF in Spain” is a blog that will help you prepare and file your income tax return. Keep in mind that the tips we will analyze are general and intended to assist.

VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT)

The Value Added Tax (VAT) is an essential component of the Spanish tax system. Its application and understanding are crucial for both businesses and individuals alike. In this legal-economic blog, we will explore in detail what the Value Added Tax (VAT) is, how it operates in Spain, and how it can affect various economic and legal aspects.

WILL WHEN THERE ARE CHILDREN

The testament is a transcendent legal act that allows a person to dispose of their assets once deceased (https://www.boe.es/buscar/act.php?id=BOE-A-1889-4763). However, when there are children involved, the testamentary process can become more complex due to the need to balance the interests of the heirs. In this context, the figures of legacies and the reduction to the strict legitimate share play a crucial role.

ABANDONMENT OF FAMILY AND NON-PAYMENT OF ALIMONY

Family abandonment and non-payment of alimony are very common offenses. Family stability is a fundamental pillar in any society, and the legal system is responsible for protecting it through the classification of specific crimes. One of the most relevant offenses in this context is family abandonment, with special attention to the non-payment of alimony regulated in Article 227 of the Spanish Penal Code. In this legal blog, we will delve into this offense and highlight how A&O Abogados, a prominent law firm specializing in criminal law, can be a crucial ally for those facing these accusations.