An Apostille is a form or Certification or Authentication endorsed to documents for use in countries that participated in the Hague Convention of 1961. The Certification (Apostille) is issued by the Foreign Office of each country, and in the case of England and Spain, both countries are members of the Hague Convention of 1961.

When an English official document has to be proved in Spain, the document needs to bear the Apostille of the Hague; this is commonly known like Legalisation of the document (it makes the official document from one country legal in another country).

We can arrange for the documents to be legalised, as part of a matter that we are already dealing with, or separately.

For more information get in touch with Laura Garcia on 01273 222 912.