Today with this article we wish to talk further about the company we recommend based in Javea for all legal matters namely Webster Asesores who are a well-established business that can help you with any legal or tax matter in Spain. We want to introduce
Webster Asesores always keeps us updated with the latest news on laws, residency legislation, taxes, and everything that has to do with UK citizens who are or want to live in Spain.
In this article, we are going to tell you about the latest official updates
We have already recommended Webster Asesores in the past as one of the top companies in Costa Blanca specialized in the field of legal and tax matters in Spain.
Their extensive experience and knowledge on these matters (laws, legislations, tax matters for both resident and non-resident,
Webster Asesores is a tax consultancy and legal firm, established in Javea since 1993. It’s founder, Clive Webster, moved to Spain with his parents as a five-year-old back in 1966.
If you are a foreign national with assets in Spain, a will is essential, because otherwise, your estate will be divided according to Spanish law, which may not mirror your own wishes.
Spain Life Exclusive spoke to Andrew Turner, CEO of Turner Insurance in Javea, and he informed us why you need either a funeral plan or a funeral insurance here in Spain, and explained the difference between the two. He told us:
The legal team at Poquet y Asociados in Teulada told Spain Life Exclusive that there are several services they and other Spanish lawyers can offer to keep your business interests progressing smoothly, whether you are resident in Spain or not.
What the NIE number is? Do I need it? Today we speak with the notary Francisco Belda Montesinos about this important document for foreigners who need to interact with the Spanish Public Administration.
The NIE number or “Número de Identificación de Extranjeros” (Foreigner's Identification Number), as
Inheritance, testament and successions in Spain are regulated in the Civil Code. Its regulation is wide and complicated, since the legislator forces people to transmit their assets after their death following a series of pre-established laws. This means that the Spaniards do not have a
The Spanish Constitution guarantees security in the legal traffic of the country. For this, it is required a professional of the Law gives attestation to certain private official documents. These are notaries, government officials that authorise some extrajudicial procedures. From now on in Spain Life Exclusive