Does anyone who has gone the notary route to get married in Spain have any recommendations for a notary?


Does anyone who has gone the notary route to get married in Spain have any recommendations for a notary they used that was fairly inexpensive? In Madrid!


These are the answers of some Facebook group members:

“In Madrid, you’re assigned the notary who will perform your marriage by the colegio de notarios so you won’t have a hand in selecting where you’ll be married. My friend is doing the same process. He was assigned a notary, which luckily was only a 20-minute walk from his place”

“Unfortunately you can’t choose where you do your initial notary appointment (it’s assigned to you) . You can choose which notary you go to get married.”

“You get assigned one for the instruction phase. You can choose one for the ceremony. Prices are legally regulated.”

“We went direct to the Town Hall as notary was too complicated and expensive…”

Check out our article How to get married in Spain before a notary

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