Pellicer & Heredia – Making it possible

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Pellicer & Heredia

Ignacio Pellicer & Pedro Heredia, are partners of the Law Firm, Pellicer & Heredia. The whole project started in 2007 just before the credit crunch. Both of them came from different Law Firms specializing in International Law.

What do you believe is your secret to success?
We offer true, honest, and independent advice for international clients with a personalized service. We offer legal and fiscal advice to English speaking individuals (resident and non-residents in Spain) and companies.

Now we are seeing the end of the recession, have you got any plans of expansion for your company for the future?
We always thought about expansion when we first started. When we opened our first office in Hondon, Pedro said that it was just a starting point. Ignacio however thought that he was being optimistic, because of the credit crunch, but we always believed in our work and providing customer satisfaction.
We cover from Denia (Alicante) to Mojacar (Almería) and even provide services throughout Spain. Customer satisfaction is our goal. We are International lawyers providing a personalized, local service -in your language.

What tips would you give to anyone thinking of starting up a business in Spain today?
Ignacio always says “Do what you´re passionate about, push as hard as you can. However expect unforeseen circumstances, be realistic and don´t expect big returns straight away.”

Have you learned a lot from the recession?
Of course, the recession has put everyone´s feet back on the ground. We have to adapt every day to existing circumstances and the current market.

Has the recession made you stronger as a company?
Definitely, you either adapt to the changing market or disappear. We need to adapt every day to the market; we always need to be one step ahead. There was volatility for the short term, but believe there will be stability in the long run.

Now with Brexit what do you think might happen in the future?
We believe there could be a period of uncertainty and everything will depend on the negotiations. That is down to the politicians. However the reasons to stay in Spain remain the same…. including the sunshine, quality and cost of living. We hope and expect more positivity for the remainder of the year and for the foreseeable future.

What for the future?
We remain dedicated to providing the ex-pat community in Spain with up to date information in changes in the law that affects them and committed to providing the best service as international lawyers and barristers.

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