We practise what we call “proactive law”

Meet The Lawyers


Ana López Woodcock

License no. 3480
Balearic Islands Bar Association (ICAIB)

  • Law Degree from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM)
  • Master’s degree in Maritime Law (University of Oslo) (LLM)
  • Master’s degree in Comparative Environmental Law (University of Sydney, NSW) (LLM)
  • Master’s degree in Mediation and Conflict Management (University of Cantabria)
  • Specialises in property, commercial and urban development

Francisco Lorente Ramírez

License no. 4149
Balearic Islands Bar Association (ICAIB)

  • Law Degree from the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB)
  • Specialises in Criminal Law
  • Practising since 2002
  • Extensive experience in procedural law and litigation

The Law

We profoundly respect the law.

We see the law as not only a defensive weapon for protection but also an active tool that helps us guarantee your rights and achieve your objectives.

We like being lawyers and we value the opportunities offered by the law in all aspects of life.

We practise “Proactive Law”, studying the different options in order to provide you with the best service.

The law is a living thing and in constant movement. We flow with it, using available means and adapting to new circumstances.

When we accept your case, we dive into it in order to offer you the best solution.

Legal Fees

Fees are determined by two factors:

  • The complexity of the work
  • Time invested

Lawyers in Spain are subject to guiding principles established by the Bar Association.

We provide an estimate of fees before we start working on your case.

Please request a quote stating your requirements.

Charles I of Spain and Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire, called the Emperor or Caesar, reigned over all Spanish kingdoms and territory under the name of Charles I from 1516 to 1556. With him, the crowns of Castile (including the Kingdom of Navarre) and Aragón were united for the first time.

As Charles V, he was emperor of the Holy Roman Empire from 1520 to 1558 and his empire was so great that it was known as “the empire where the sun never sets”. The empire included territories in Europe (specially Italy and The Netherlands), several islands in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, cities in the North of Africa and vast extensions of land in America.

What we most like about him, apart from his fondness for islands ????, is that he undertook granting a solution to the problem of slavery among the Indians and this he did thoroughly as he reviewed the reasoning of the most renowned Spanish theologists and jurists who concluded unanimously that slavery should be condemn as illicit, illegitimate and that is should be banished as it then was for ever.

Spain and the New Laws of 1542

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