Spanish Lawyer NYC is the first firm focused on advising US citizens living in Spain and Spaniards residing in the US on all of their personal and business legal matters.
Focused on providing legal and tax advice to individuals and small and medium-sized businesses, Spanish Lawyer NYC provides its clients with a tailor-made legal service.
From the Madrid office, we provide service to all our clients through the use of appropriate technological means.
Federico is an attorney admitted in Spain with more than 20 years of professional experience. He is trained at universities in Madrid and New York. He specializes in tax, private wealth, commercial and real estate law.
He holds a JD from Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE), an LL.M. in Business Law at IE Business School. He also holds an LL.M. in US LAW at Fordham University School of Law (New York).
Alejandro Pérez Barcia
Alejandro has a degree in law and business administration. He joined the Firm in January 2023. He is specialized in national and international taxation.
He holds a double degree in Law and Business Administration from the University of Vigo. Additionally. Besides, he holds a LL.M. in Taxation at the Carlos III University of Madrid.
Luis is an US attorney admitted in the State of New York, and also in the City of Buenos Aires and federal courts in Argentina. He specializes in advising both Spaniards and Latin Americans who wish to set up a business or incorporate a company in the United States.
He collaborates with Spanish Lawyer NYC through his US firm, Denuble Law PLLC registered in New York and which has an extensive network of associated lawyers.
Nicholas is a licensed US tax professional. He worked in the international tax space in New York at some of the largest accounting firms in the world. He moved to Madrid in 2015, where he currently resides.
Nicholas collaborates with Spanish Lawyer NYC through his firm, Revolve Tax. Our collaboration provides US taxpayers living in Spain with the perfect coordination on compliance issues in both countries and ensures the reduction or elimination of double taxation whenever possible.