Consolidating or forming a family business requires not only business expertise, but also a good degree of legal foresight. There are many vicissitudes that can affect this type of company, so proper planning can become the clan's best ally when it comes to guaranteeing the prosperity of the business and the retention of its control.
Hiring managers requires some legal caution on the part of the company. In the regulation of these labor relations, the conventional question plays a more relevant role than in the hiring of other positions. Especially when it comes to staff with the consideration of senior managers.
There are different ways to successfully establish a foreign company in Spain. Each of them will be applied to a specific situation, so the first step will always be to analyze the project.
When expanding, the parent company may resort to different legal institutions, so it is advisable to consult the situation with a law firm specialized in matters such as Corporate, Tax, Labor or Commercial Law.
One of the great challenges for any company is the recruitment and retention of talent. For this, different incentive systems have been used, highlighting those whose benefits are linked to the company's results, all about stock options and phantom shares.
Knowing when and how to establish a company in Spain is essential to guarantee the success and growth of the business. However, there are many doubts surrounding this procedure.
There are a large number of legal forms that we can contribute to our business in Spain. So the process of creating the company begins, inevitably, with a study on the needs of the project and the specific characteristics of each legal figure.
The fate of the family business after divorce depends on many factors. Most of them come into play long before the breakup (even before you get married). That is why it is key to seek specialized legal advice before mixing family and business.
In our article today we are going to analyze some of these factors, although a solid answer cannot be given to the question "what happens to the family business after the divorce?" without making a detailed analysis of the specific case.
As Forcam Abogados explains, the non-payment of alimony has been considered a crime of economic violence, by the Supreme Court, in a ruling dated March 17, 2021.