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20 Mar 2023
Employment Law: Dismissals & Disputes
This service is available across Spain
Who Is This Service For?
This service is for individuals in Spain who have been dismissed from their employment and wish to seek legal advice and possibly contest their dismissal.
Clients typically face issues such as unfair or unlawful termination, lack of proper severance pay, or dismissal without proper grounds or procedure.
This service is crucial for those who believe their dismissal was unjustified, lacked proper notice, or was discriminatory, helping them navigate through the complex legal framework of employment law in Spain to assert their rights and seek rightful compensation or reinstatement after getting fired in Spain.
There are no specific eligibility requirements or nationality restrictions inherent for individuals seeking this service.
However, clients must act promptly as the deadline to appeal against a dismissal in Spain is strict, being 20 working days from the notification of the dismissal.
It is helpful if you can provide all relevant documentation related to their employment and dismissal, including employment contracts, dismissal letters, and any correspondence with the employer.
- The legal process begins with the filing of a conciliation act claim within 20 working days from the dismissal notification.
- If no agreement is reached during conciliation, a lawsuit can be filed in the Social Court.
- The lawyer will guide the client through each step, ensuring proper documentation is filed, representing the client during conciliation and court proceedings, and negotiating on their behalf.
- The lawyer will also assess the validity and fairness of the dismissal, advising on the possibilities of success and potential compensation or reinstatement.
Engaging this service provides clients with experienced English-speaking lawyers who are well-versed in Spanish employment law, ensuring clear communication and understanding of the legal process.
Clients benefit from professional advice and representation, maximizing their chances of a favourable outcome, whether it be compensation, reinstatement, or both.
The service alleviates the stress and complexity of navigating the legal system, allowing clients to focus on their well-being and future employment opportunities.
What Does This Service Consist Of?
- Initial Consultation: Understanding the client’s situation, reviewing dismissal documentation, and assessing the validity and fairness of the dismissal.
- Filing Conciliation Act Claim: Preparing and submitting the necessary documents within the stipulated timeframe.
- Representation during Conciliation: Advocating for the client’s rights and negotiating with the employer for a favourable resolution.
- Filing Lawsuit: If no agreement is reached, preparing and submitting the lawsuit to the Social Court.
- Court Representation: Representing the client during court proceedings, presenting evidence, and arguing the case.
- Negotiating Compensation or Reinstatement: Seeking the best possible outcome for the client based on the circumstances of the dismissal.
Free Support Services Included
When combined with the free and innovative Advocate Abroad support services you can be sure that you are obtaining completely transparent legal services from registered and regulated English-speaking lawyers abroad.These support services include:
- Verification of the regulatory status of your professional.
- Fees as recommended by the Local Professional Body
- Fees specified in advance and legally guaranteed.
- Service levels agreed in advance and guaranteed.
- All professionals must hold professional indemnity insurance.
- Professionals' proficiency in English monitored.
- Continuous quality controls and reviews.