Legal Lifeline: supporting expats

By Euro Weekly News Thursday, 01 December 2016 16:48 0
LEGAL ADVICE: That doesn’t cost the earth. LEGAL ADVICE: That doesn’t cost the earth.

WOULD you hire a Spanish solicitor for a really small problem?

A new way of accessing legal issues has reached expats in Spain. The economies of scale and the new ways of providing services now means that the highest quality legal assistance can be accessed at the best possible price even for the smallest issues. The first to arrive has been Legal Lifeline, and it is here to stay. 

We all know how to deal with small problems in our own country. Problems like minor consumer issues such as, overcharging with utilities or homeowner’s association problems, are issues that we would usually know how to manage and would know what advice to ask for in our home country.

But legal problems always seem bigger when you live abroad. 

Small and big legal problems and doubts become more difficult to resolve when the expat does not have anyone to turn to and when you do not know the language. 

Lots of expats will personally relate to a lot of these possible problems not only the important issues but there are many legal doubts raised among English speakers in the community of Spain.

Who would have thought that a Homeowners’ Association would have reached an agreement that would negatively affect you, how do you know if this is legal or if you can oppose it? Do you legally have pets in Spain? Where do you pay your taxes?

The normal prices of some law firms can seem high even when a client’s problem is a common daily issue that is easily resolvable by Legal Lifeline and which  will affect the expat in a major way. 

All this could make an expat ignore these issues and decide not to solve their problems. That in turn could lead to people losing out financially and losing the opportunity to defend their rights. 

Legal Lifeline,  a new way for English speakers in Spain.

Legal Lifeline has created a service to provide legal solutions for expats with any legal problem in Spain and for only a fixed rate of 184€ per year. For this service, Legal Lifeline gives you unlimited access to a team of bilingual lawyers giving one-to-one assistance in plain English.

Legal Lifeline do not just assess the client’s legal problem, but they will also provide any services giving the client 24/7 full legal advice, negotiations and even draw up contracts, letters of complaint, legal documents, etc.

Check it out for yourself by visiting their website www.legallifeline.com or give them a call on 902 80 89 88.  

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