The Prime Legal Abogados Tax Law Department is made up of top-level specialist lawyers with extensive experience of more than 25 years advising private individuals and businesses in Spain and abroad.
Our experience working for Spanish firms of the greatest prestige has allowed us to accumulate broad technical and human knowledge which we make available to our clients who define us as resolute and proactive in our services.
We provide companies with ongoing, proactive advising in the area of direct taxation (business tax) and indirect taxation (added value tax as well as property transfer tax and stamp duty – ITPAJD-) amid constantly-changing laws and non-stop diverse rulings from the tax administration and Courts of Justice.
We offer specialist services in business planning and reorganization deriving from mergers, divestitures, security exchanges and asset contributions in a secure framework backed as necessary by tax consultations with the Spanish General Directorate for Taxation.
We guide intervening parties (companies and private individuals) through the processes of buying and selling companies and assets (production units, property, intangible assets, etc.), always looking for the most tax beneficial options.
We offer proactive advising to private individuals and families in the different areas of direct taxation: personal income tax -IRPF-, and inheritance tax.
Our professionals have advised different business families throughout their careers, offering oversight and recurrent advice in addition to analyzing and implementing corporate and asset structures aimed at positive taxation on family businesses (tax deductions) throughout the owners’ lives and beyond.
We can analyze the different mechanisms for facilitating shareholders’ liquidity and determining investment and divestment structures for international business family split processes.
We can design flexible compensation systems by establishing medium and long-term management incentives.
We provide advice on administrative verification and inspection procedures as well as appeals with the Economic-Administrative Courts and Courts of Justice in addition to files concerning the Administration’s economic liability.