In 1978, after the death of Franco, the Spanish legal system was organised in different areas to cover the legal procedures of labor, civil, constitutional. commercial and tax law. The Constitution stipulates the right of self-government for all regions in Spain. Spain has varies provinces, autonomous communities, districts and municipalities. There are the courts of first instance, labor tribunals, juvenile, prisoners and peace courts. Most Spanish courts are represented by a single judge in trials, the supreme court or administrative court have several judges present in trials.
The Spanish legal system foresees two options to resolve civil and commercial disputes, either by voluntary or judicial proceedings, where the voluntary option can be resolved by mediation or arbitration.
The lawyers at Avantean are specialists on commercial, labor, fiscal, intellectual property and real estate law and together with you will work towards the best solution.