Our client needed the official translation into Spanish of the Decree Absolute and the Court Order given by the English Court. The client had divorced in the UK and wanted to relocate to Spain with the child. As part of the divorce proceedings it was agreed between the mother and the father that the mother would relocate to Spain with the minor. It was also agreed that any future disputes would be decided by the relevant Court in Spain. The Court Order confirmed the visitation rights and maintenance agreed. The official translations were crucial to prove to the Spanish authorities that the mother was allowed to relocate to Spain with the child who would reside with her, and confirmation of the father’s visitation rights.
An official translator is very familiar with the two legal systems involved (Spanish and English) and therefore the translator will produce a legal translation to be accepted by the relevant authorities, either in Spain or the UK.