Lawyers in Ibiza


Ibiza Lawyers

Need professional legal advice from lawyers in Ibiza? The highly qualified team at Manzanares Lawyers can help. Our Ibiza lawyers are well-versed in various fields of Spanish law, so we can provide expert assistance in many areas.

With regulations often changing from island to island, we tailor our expertise to each location and unique case, from the mainland to the Balearic Islands and beyond – so you can be sure that our services are just as diligent in Ibiza.

Choose us for legal counsel in Ibiza and you can rest assured that you’ll receive the highest standards of legal support. We approach every client’s case with the utmost professionalism, attention to detail, and efficiency.

To arrange an initial consultation with Manzanares Abogados, please contact our office in Jesús by calling us on +34 971 30 31 32 today.

You can also email queries to, and our team will respond to your Ibiza lawyer enquiry as soon as possible.

Looking for English-speaking lawyers in Ibiza?

While we are a Spanish law firm, we often provide our services to international clientele – so our team is as multilingual as we are multidisciplinary. This means that we have English-speaking lawyers in Ibiza who are always ready to offer legal assistance in English. Members of our diverse team can communicate in many languages, such as:

⦿ English  ⦿ Spanish    ⦿ Portuguese    ⦿ French    ⦿ German    ⦿ Dutch    ⦿ Danish    ⦿ Swedish   ⦿ Norwegian   ⦿ Russian   ⦿ Chinese   

If you are in Ibiza as a foreigner who doesn’t speak Spanish, we know that getting tangled with the law when you don’t understand it can be a confusing and sometimes scary experience. That’s why Manzanares Lawyers will always do our best to help every person who comes to us seeking legal advice in Ibiza, regardless of language barriers.

Lawyers’ Office in Ibiza

In order to better serve a wider range of people throughout Spain and the Spanish islands, Manzanares Lawyers has been expanding our presence.

We’re proud to say that we now have a dedicated office in Jesús, allowing us to offer in-person legal services as a law firm in Ibiza.

You can find us at the following address:

22, Carrer de l´Estruç

07819 Jesús (Ibiza)

Balearic Islands (Spain)

Or click here for information on other Manzanares Lawyers offices in Spain.

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    Ibiza Lawyers FAQs

    The team at Manzanares Lawyers is made up of specialists in varying legal fields, all experts in their area of Spanish law. We can apply our expertise to legal assistance in Ibiza, too – ensuring that you can find professional guidance on the island as well as the Spanish mainland.

    One of our primary areas of knowledge is Spanish real estate, as we can assist with everything from construction law to conveyancing. As part of our services relating to property law in Spain, we can also help with mortgage re-negotiations and mis-sold mortgage claims.

    Another field that we commonly provide assistance with is immigration to Spain, helping to arrange a variety of visas – including the Spanish Golden Visa. In relation to finance, we also offer fiscal services, including tax planning in Spain and managing non-resident tax in Spain.

    Additionally, we understand that many people move to Spain to retire, and want to leave their Spanish property to loved ones who may be in another country. This is where Manzanares Lawyers come in, as we can guide you through Spanish inheritance law and probate in Spain.

    If you find yourself in Ibiza and in need of legal help, without being fluent in Spanish, you don’t have to worry. Our multi-talented team of lawyers in Ibiza can communicate in several languages, being an international law company in Spain – so you can be confident that we’ll understand each other.

    We focus on first-class customer service at Manzanares Abogados, and that includes being able to explain information clearly and translate Spanish law into the language you speak. We break down barriers and make sure every client feels fully supported, no matter what their legal needs may be.

    The majority of our team speaks both Spanish and English, but we also have team members who can provide legal help in Ibiza in a range of other languages, including the following:

    • ⦿Portuguese
    • ⦿French    
    • ⦿German    
    • ⦿Dutch    
    • ⦿Danish    
    • ⦿Swedish   
    • ⦿Norwegian   
    • ⦿Russian   
    • ⦿Chinese   

    So, don’t be concerned about not knowing anything about Spanish law in Ibiza – we have over two decades of experience with the Spanish legal system that we use to help as many people as we can.

    As you’ll see from the list of legal services in Ibiza that we provide, Manzanares Lawyers is more than capable of helping you with all kinds of litigation in Ibiza.

    Whether you’re thinking about immigrating to Ibiza, investing in real estate in Ibiza, or earning money on the island that requires tax planning in Ibiza, you can always get in touch with us to receive expert legal advice from our Ibiza lawyers’ office.

    Even if you don’t see the reason you’re looking for legal advice on our list, why not contact us anyway? When you make an enquiry with Manzanares Abogados, we’ll do whatever we can to assist you with resolving your legal troubles.

    For both national and international clients, we promise nothing less than the utmost integrity and highest level of customer service from our highly qualified Ibiza lawyers. We value independence, loyalty, and consistency, offering around-the-clock communication and a high level of local knowledge that you’re unlikely to find with anyone else.

    It’s not mandatory to hire an Ibiza lawyer while completing a real estate transaction on the island, but it can certainly make the process easier for you. If you don’t speak Spanish yourself, then you might find yourself vulnerable to dishonest sellers and agencies.

    With the guidance of an English-speaking Ibiza lawyer, you can be confident that everything is done by the book – without having to concern yourself with knowing the ins and outs of Spanish property law. When you give us power of attorney in Ibiza, we can act on your behalf.

    It’s not just contracts of sale that we can assist with – we can also help with obtaining the NIE (Foreigner Identity Number) that you’ll need to buy property in Ibiza, and with managing the purchase taxes and ongoing property taxes after completion.

    If you’re buying a holiday home in Ibiza and would prefer to rent it out when you aren’t spending time there, it’s also a good idea to have a lawyer who can make sure that you have the proper licences and that everything complies with the strict house-letting laws.

    Yes, it’s possible to apply for a Spanish Golden Visa by investing in Ibiza. Just as you can obtain a Golden Visa by meeting the personal eligibility and minimum investment criteria anywhere in Spain, you can do so in the Balearic Islands.

    If you have a minimum of 500,000 to invest in Ibiza real estate – whether it’s for a single property or multiple properties on the island – then you could use this investment as a vehicle for gaining the right to live and work in Ibiza.

    There are other investment routes, too, such as buying 1,000,000 in Spanish company shares or 2,000,000of government bonds, but most international investors find real estate to be the easiest option. As long as you’re an adult from outside the EU, with no criminal record and Spanish health insurance, you could get a Spanish Golden Visa within just a few months.

    With the help of Ibiza lawyers like ourselves, fulfilling the investment criteria, providing the required documents, and submitting the application will be a breeze. Once you’re enjoying the various benefits of your special Spanish visa, we can continue to help you maintain your residency by keeping up with the requirements of your Golden Visa.

    If you’re planning to immigrate to Ibiza, you’ll need to follow the often confusing and time-consuming application process for a Spanish visa. There are so many different kinds of visas with different permissions, with eligibility depending on your nationality and personal circumstances, so it can be hard to know where to start.

    With the knowledge and support of Manzanares Lawyers, you can pursue the most appropriate path to residency in Ibiza and gain the legal right to live and/or work on the island as soon as possible. We can help you with gathering the right documents, completing the legal paperwork to the highest standard, and following the application process through to the end.

    Our services don’t have to end once you’re settled in the Balearic Islands, either. If you still need the help of our lawyers to manage your property purchases or taxes in Ibiza, our team can also help with these areas. Manzanares Abogados has specialists in a variety of Ibiza law disciplines – so just get in touch whenever you need us.


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