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Antonio Flores’ Blog

Thoughts about laws and regulations which affect foreigners in Spain

About Antonio Flores

Antonio has been practising law since 1997, year in which he began working for a large law firm in Marbella as a Property Lawyer. In 1998 he left the company he had joined a few months earlier, and used his knowledge and the experience gained to build his own practice. He is known throughout the community as independent, reputable and trustworthy.

Through a combination of strong work ethics, determination and international exposure, his competence of Spanish Law is unparalleled and demonstrated through his fluency in English and Spanish.

Media Appearances

Antonio is becoming well known throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, as he has featured in many interviews from some of the largest television companies in Europe. A strong commitment to helping those in need, he is often providing impartial, non-biased advice through various websites, where he regularly collaborates in Q&A sections and writes articles relating to Spanish law.

Antonio on ITV show Tonight With Trevor McDonald – July 28, 2006

Other Media Appearances

Contact

If you wish to contact Antonio, you may do so on afloresatlawbirddotcom  (afloresatlawbirddotcom)   or through this contact form.

  1. darren jones
    March 9th, 2010 at 14:13 | #1

    do you own lawyers of spain.i am in a dispute with arenal golf and have just won the court case,but they have now appealed again the sentence.

  2. January 6th, 2012 at 20:51 | #2

    Having known Antonio for some time now I have never met a more honest, dedicated and intelligent lawyer ever and having been in business for over 30 years I have met a good number. Antonio’s ability to think outside the box is remarkable and his kindnest in helping the British ex-pat community at his own expense is beyond belief. Thanks Antonio for everything you are doing on behalf of the Brits you have become our friend and mentor for life.

  3. Angie Copp
    April 29th, 2012 at 19:12 | #3

    Could you please give us any information as to how to proceed to get our money back that we paid to Bankinter over a period from April 2009/July 2010 concerning The Clip product we were told we had to sign,as it was part of our mortgage agreement.We now understand Bankinter have been unfair(?)with this product ,and it may be possible to get our money back? Can we contact our branch directly ,or do we contact their head office? Thank you…..Regards Angie Copp

  4. Antonio Flores
    April 30th, 2012 at 16:46 | #4

    Dear Angie,

    In principle, you should contact your branch and ask for a full refund. There have been many rulings where Bankinter has lost this same case, and yet they will still probably fight it Court but you are still better off trying to claim it directly, via the branch, and only use the Courts as a last resort, given the cost.

  5. Nichola Kelly
    September 10th, 2012 at 21:15 | #5

    We put a deposit on properties in the Dominican Republic. The appartments have never been built and I need to know where to go the solicitor in the DR have not done anything about this I need to find a lawyer who will help us take them to court or get our money back!!

  6. Antonio Flores
    September 11th, 2012 at 08:48 | #6

    Hello Nichola,

    Kindly note that we have sent you a private email.

    rgs

  7. P
    December 21st, 2012 at 20:34 | #7

    I also put a deposit on properties in the Dominican Republic. Please could you send me a private email.
    Regards,

  8. Elizabeth Feehan
    January 26th, 2013 at 01:28 | #8

    paid legal property solutions to help get money back from Karl \morris and asiah beach only told case is on going do you know if that is so

  9. Amarjit
    October 25th, 2014 at 15:24 | #9

    Hi

    I have a major problem with my health, I have been diagnosed with neurological degeneration brain disease like Parkinson’s called sca2 which causes the
    cerebellar to loose neurons/brain cells and soon I will not be able to walk
    and have other issues. The problem is that I have a property in Spain which
    is mortgaged and it cost me £6000.00 to maintain the running cost I wont be able to afford this property, what can I do?

    Kind Regards

    Amarjit Dohil

  10. Linda
    April 12th, 2016 at 11:05 | #10

    Antonio Flores,

    We moved into our apartment 4 months ago. The last month the person living below us has called the police 3 times to come to our house because we are making a noise. The first time was 6:30pm. My husband and I were having an early dinner and our two daughters were playing with their dolls. When asking the police what the noise was they could not clearly say what it is. When my husband moved the dining room chair, the person told the police it is that noise. We then place material underneath the chairs. The next time, we were having dinner with my husband´s director and his wife, at 11:50pm the police knocked on the door, saying that the person below us is complaining about noisy footsteps. The third time the police came to our house was at 1:30pm (middle of the day) we were having a party for my 7 year old daughter. The party was from 12-3pm. At 1:30pm the police was at our door. It does not matter what we do. We have to live. We do not shout, scream, play loud music, slam doors, walk with high heels. We walk bare feet in the house. Our apartment has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, it is designed for a family. I want to know what my rights are in Spain. Is this normal? What can I do, this is harrassment and is really disturbs my 2 children. Thanks.