International law

Bufete Megías is a legal firm that provides a comprehensive service with a transnational perspective. We assist companies in matters of international law thanks to the numerous partnership agreements we have secured with prestigious law practices in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

We specifically provide services in the following matters:

International Law
We support our clients in numerous legal areas, such as the following:

  • Private international matters affecting families that have some cross-border component (probate, divorce, marriage, adoption, etc.).
  • Litigation with an international component.
  • Recognition and execution of foreign court sentences or arbitration rulings, etc.
  • Assistance in international contracting, from the negotiating stage through to the interpretation of clauses, etc.
  • Observance and application of both international agreements and the jurisprudence of international courts:
    • Intellectual property
    • The environment
    • New technologies
    • Human rights
    • Maritime law, etc.
  • Non-domiciled individuals.
  • Golden Visa.
European law
In European matters, we have ample experience in the following:

  • Compliance with and application of EU regulations and jurisprudence and EU procedures.
  • Internal market and competition law.
  • Consumer rights.
  • European contractual and extracontractual liability.

The latest in international law

UK’s international, national, regional and local Brexit preparations

Preparations in the Uk The UK revenue authority, HMRC, has written to 145,000 VAT-registered businesses detailing transitional simplified procedures (TSP) for importing goods from the EU into the UK, which will come into effect if the UK leaves the EU without a deal,...

Spain plans for the consequences of Brexit

The Spanish Cabinet has submitted a report on plans for a no-deal exit of the UK from the EU, with a package of legislative and logistical measures and messages for citizens. The United Kingdom gave formal notice on 29 March 2017 of its intention to leave the EU. The...

The withdrawal of consular powers cannot be contested before the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court, through a judgement of Section One of the Court of Administrative Proceedings, has ruled that it lacks the jurisdiction to reach a decision on the appeal lodged by the former Latvian consul in Spain, against the Ministry of Foreign Affair’s note...

The legal scenario after Brexit

Bufete Megías Abogados provides legal advice on Brexit and its possible repercussions for UK nationals living or working in Spain, as well as for UK companies with business interests in our country. To do so, we have a team that specialises in international law, with...

First International Forum on Diplomacy and Business

Dear Friends The Consular Corps accredited in Malaga, of which I have the honour of being the longest serving member, is presenting the 1st International Forum on Diplomacy and Business, referred to as INTEREX Forum, which is to be held on 14 and 15 June...

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First International Forum on Diplomacy and Business

Swedish consul for Malaga, Ceuta and Melilla

Swedish consul in Malaga

Consul authorised to issue temporary passports.

Honorary consul: Mr Pedro Megías González

Address: Córdoba, 6 – local 501 29001 Malaga

Office hours: Monday – Friday, 10 am – 1 pm

Phone: (+34) 952 604 383

Fax: (+34) 952 604 458

e-mail: malaga@consuladosuecia.com

Consulado Málaga

Swedish Embassy in Madrid

To arrange a prior appointment, click here

Ambassador: Mr Lars-Hjalmar Wide

Address: Calle Caracas, 25 28010 Madrid

Office hours: Monday – Friday, 10 am – 12.30 pm

Phone: (+34) 917 022 000

Fax: (+34) 917 022 040

e-mail: ambassaden.madrid@gov.se

Embajada Madrid

Consulate of Bahrain in Spain

Consulate of Bahrain in Spain

Honorary consul: Mr Pedro Megías Torres

Address: San Juan Bosco, 2 3º A, 29602 Marbella

Timetable: Monday – Friday, 10 am – 1 pm

Telephone: (+34) 952 827 399

Fax: (+34) 952 829 865

e-mail: marbella@bufetemegias.com

Consulado de Baréin