Anglo-Spanish Law is the trading name of Mr E R Wagner, solicitor-notary and Spanish lawyer, (abogado), LLB, LLM, Licenciado en Derecho, Law Society Final Part II Examinations, Diploma in Notarial Practice.
Postal address, telephone, fax & email
The postal address is 6 Lower Burch Row, Eyam, Hope Valley, Sheffield, S32 5QF. Visits to 6 Lower Burch Row, Eyam, are strictly by prior appointment only. Telephone 01433-631508, preferably between 9.30 am and 2.00 pm Monday to Friday. Fax 01433-630329. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Navigation Bar on the left explained
If you have come to this website the chances are that you have some sort of Spanish legal problem that you want resolving. If you want to know more about Mr Wagner you should continue to read this page, but for those who already know Mr Wagner, (or who don't know him and/or don't give a monkey's who he is), and want to see immediately whether Anglo-Spanish Law can assist them, and at what price, they should click on the appropriate button in the navigation bar.
Some of the labels on the navigation bar buttons are very easy to understand. Some of the labels are just a bit harder to understand and could do with a bit of explanation. You are currently looking at what is commonly called The Home Page.
People with a purely Spanish legal problem should not be put off by the addition of the adjective "English" on the navigation bar buttons, because, firstly, very often a Spanish legal problem will turn out to have a significant English legal dimension, and, secondly, if, unusually, your matter really is purely Spanish, the word "English" can simply be ignored.
If you find that Anglo-Spanish Law does carry out the service that you require at a price that you find acceptable, please phone Mr Wagner on 01433-631508, preferably between 9.30 am and 2.00 pm Monday to Friday, so that some brief details can be taken over the phone, and written terms and conditions of business can be sent by post.
Accident in Spain
If you have been on holiday in mainland Spain, the Balearic Islands or the Canary Islands, and have suffered, for example, a road traffic accident whilst over there, then you should click "Accidents in Spain" on the navigation bar.
Litigating or suing in Spain
If you have lost your villa in Spain and/or you are in dispute with a developer you should click "English and Spanish Civil Litigation".
Spanish company law
If you are thinking of setting up a Spanish company and/or going into business in Spain, you should click "English and Spanish Company Law".
Spanish conveyance or conveyancing
If you are buying or selling a property in Spain, click "English and Spanish Conveyancing".
Criminal offence in Spain
If your child has got into trouble with the police in Spain, click "English and Spanish Crime".
If you are either an individual who has got divorced or a solicitor seeking to implement a court order which transfers property in Spain to or from an ex-spouse, click "English and Spanish Matrimonial Transfers".
Court of Protection
If you have got an English or Welsh relative who has become incapacitated, for example, by a severe stroke, and the stroke victim has got a property in Spain that needs selling, click "English Court of Protection".
Spanish Power of Attorney
If you need a power of attorney doing for use in Spain, click "Spanish powers of attorney".
English & Spanish Probate
If you are inheriting all or part of a property in Spain and need the paperwork doing to get the property into the names of the beneficiaries click "English and Spanish Probate".
English & Spanish Wills
If you want to do a Spanish Will click "English and Spanish Wills".
English & Spanish Law Books
Anglo-Spanish Law does not, at present, have any books for sale, but some written by Mr Wagner are in the pipeline.
Notarisation or Notarising
If you want a document notarising for use abroad, ie in effect have your signature on a document witnessed by a notary public, click "Notarising Documents".
Legalisation or Legalising
If you want a document legalising for use abroad, for example, have an apostille affixed in accordance with the Hague Convention of 1961, click "Legalising Documents".
NIE or Número de Identidad de Extranjeros
If you need an NIE or Número de Identidad de Extranjeros, ie a Spanish Foreigner's Identification Number, click "NIE".
Contact Anglo-Spanish Law
If you wish to send an email to Anglo-Spanish Law you can either send one to firstname.lastname@example.org or click "Contact Anglo-Spanish Law".
How to find Anglo-Spanish Law
If you have got an appointment to see Mr Wagner at 6 Lower Burch Row, Eyam, Sheffield, it is recommended that you not simply rely on your SATNAV, but also click "How to find Anglo-Spanish Law", and follow the directions in that web page.
The biographical details of Mr E R Wagner
Mr Wagner studied law at Manchester University, England, passed the Law Society Finals, and then studied all 25 subjects of the Spanish law degree in force at the time in Spain, becoming a genuinely dual qualified, bilingual, English and Spanish lawyer.
After working a while in 1989-90 at a Madrid law firm specialised in Spanish tax and company law, Mr Wagner worked from 1990 until 1992 as a trainee solicitor at a strong legal aid firm of solicitors in Sheffield that happened to have an overseas department specialising in Spanish legal work, gaining a wide range of experience in such areas as English Civil Litigation, (including English personal injury litigation), English Residential Conveyancing, English Wills & Probate, Spanish Civil & Criminal Litigation, (including Spanish personal injury claims), Spanish Company Law, Spanish Residential Conveyancing, and Spanish Wills & Probate.
Once fully qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales, Mr Wagner went on to work as a lecturer in law, (later senior lecturer in law), at Sheffield Hallam University, for three years teaching [English] land law, residential landlord & tenant, equity & trusts, and business studies law to undergraduates.
Since ceasing to work as a full-time lecturer/senior lecturer in law, Mr Wagner has worked as a sole practitioner lawyer specialising in Spanish legal work, although he has retained an interest in teaching law, having taught part-time to Institute of Legal Executive students, Legal Practice Course post-graduate law students, and even, briefly, General Certificate of Secondary Education law to schoolchildren.
Mr Wagner's father was a geology lecturer, (rising to senior lecturer, and, later, reader), at what was then the Geology Department of Sheffield University, specialising in Carboniferous Geology in general, and the Carboniferous Geology of Spain in particular.
Dr RH Wagner used to take his family with him to Spain every year for the whole of the university summer "holidays", and it wasn't to the tourist areas of Spain, but to in or around the coalfields of León and Palencia where the people are basically monolingual Spanish, which is why Mr Wagner Jr learnt to speak Spanish from a very early age and is now bilingual English-Spanish.
Dr Wagner Sr is currently a curator of the paleobotanical museum, (which is a part of the Botanical Garden complex), of Cordoba, which, if you have got any interest at all in geology, is definitely worth a visit if you are travelling around Southern Spain. The address is Jardin Botanico, Avenida de Linneo S/N, 14004 Cordoba, Spain. Their website, http://www.jardinbotanicodecordoba.com gives the opening hours and admission prices.
For those interested in the topic, Mr Wagner Jr researched English and Spanish Succession Law and Practice, plus gave suggestions for reform. His dissertation for the masters degree awarded in 2006 is to be found as a pdf document entitled "A comparison of English and Spanish succession law and practice: suggestions for reform of the English model". Click on the link.
Some areas of the law are not covered at all by Anglo-Spanish Law. For example, for full information on English employment law contact Waring Associates LLP. Their website is http://www.waringllp.com. Click on the following link Waring Associates LLP solicitors.
Who actually does the Spanish legal work?
For some matters like Spanish powers of attorney, English & Spanish Wills, obtaining death certificates, getting a certificate from the Madrid Wills Registry, and getting authentic copies of Spanish Wills, the only lawyer / expert involved is Mr Wagner.
For the vast majority of legal transactions Anglo-Spanish Law has to instruct all sorts of independent experts, such as doctors, valuers, notaries, and abogados. These people are not employees or partners or otherwise agents of Anglo-Spanish Law.
Notary or Notary Public
Mr Wagner is a notary public duly authorised to attest documents in England & Wales
Abogado or Spanish lawyer, sometimes incorrectly called "Spanish solicitor"
Mr Wagner is currently a non-practising solicitor of the Supreme Court of England on the Roll of Solicitors kept by the Law Society of England & Wales, otherwise known as the Solicitors Regulation Authority, a practising Notary Public in England & Wales regulated by the Faculty Office in London and also an abogado "colegiado en Madrid" ie registered with the Madrid Bar Association or College of Lawyers.
The content of this website is for general information purposes only and should not be taken to, and does not, form part of any contract for services between Anglo-Spanish Law and clients. People wishing to ascertain what are the terms and conditions of business for any particular transaction should contact Anglo-Spanish Law on 01433-631508, preferably between 9.30 am and 2.00 pm Monday to Friday, for written terms and conditions of business to be sent to them, and not rely on this website.