Modification of Family Law Court Orders

Reduce Child Support & Alimony Payments in Spain

13/12/2018
Reduce Child Support & Alimony Payments in Spain

Conscious of the difficult financial situation in which many people find themselves, judges are nowadays prepared to permit somewhat surprising reductions in child maintenance and alimony provisions, previously agreed by the parents of the child or awarded by the court. A reduction may be achieved by bringing a claim for “modification of judicial measures” in which […]

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Fathers Rights in Spain

12/08/2014
Fathers Rights in Spain

Background The law in Spain states that, following the end of a marriage, custody of the children may be awarded to either parent. Although there have been recent developments that suggest the judiciary is beginning to apply more weight to the role of the father in the upbringing of the children, in approximately 95% of […]

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Ex-wife Who Failed to Comply With Visitation Rights Exonerated

22/06/2012
Ex-wife Who Failed to Comply With Visitation Rights Exonerated

A Spanish woman who moved to Badajoz in Extremadura for the purposes of completing work experience in the company she worked for had an earlier decision by the court of first instance overrules and the €150 fine withdrawn. The woman, originally from Santander had argued that she had to move to Badajoz for a period […]

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