Segarra & Associates Lawyers

Welcome to Segarra and Associates Lawyers

Segarra and Associates, Lawyers, is a firm of lawyers stablished in Torrevieja since 1988, specialised in property conveyancing for English speaking clients

Our services are provided by English speaking lawyers and we specialise in legal advice related to the purchase and sale of a real estate property in Alicante, Murcia and Almeria regions.

  • Verification of charges
  • Preparation of private sale and purchase contracts.
  • Representation with Power of Attorney.
  • Assistance at the signing of public deeds.
  • Registration of deeds

Our services are rendered both to individuals and to companies.

We also offer a FINDING YOUR PROPERTY service.

We have contact with more than one hundred state agencies, bank repossessions departments, local builders and promotors and we can help you find the property of your wishes, controlling its legal aspects from the beginning. Just let us know what kind of property are you looking for and our team shall contact you and shall present all properties meeting your requirements.

Should you have any queries or should you wish to make an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Other Services


We offer our litigation services to assist you in  case you need to present a case in Court or to defend it once received.


We provide fiscal advice and tax representation services for non residents


Our team includes expereienced book keepers and Social Security Law experts to help you to fulfill all labour, tax and accountancy obligations

Keep in Mind

  • NIE

    Should you wish to purchase a property in Spain or are you going to become owner of a property, please do not forget it is comulsory to obtain NIE (Numero de Identificacion de Extranjero) Foreign Identification Number. This number shall also be considered as your fiscal identification number and shall be used by all different tax authorities to identify you.


    The Supreme Court has recently issued a decision regarding the payment of local rates corresponding to the year when a property is sold. According to the highest Tribunal in Spain, unless it is otherwise expressly agreed by both parties, when a property is transferred, every party of the contract shall be liable to pay the local rates proportionally to the time they have owned the property during the year.

    This is not affecting the claim of the tax by the Local Tax Office that shall be made to the person appearing as owner on 1st January.

    Therefore, it is advisable to include a clause in that respect in the contract in order to avoid further worries.