! Valencia Today Classifieds – Abaco legal and tax advice conveyancing

Ábaco cover the Alicante Province and Costa Cálida

Established in 1999, Ábaco provides top quality legal and tax advice to residents of Murcia and Alicante and non-residents with interests in these areas. With a team of specialist lawyers and the capability to offer services in seven languages, Ábaco’s international clientele live all over the world: from the UK to Sweden, Norway, Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, United States, Canada, Kenya, Japan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia and Australia. Ábaco provides a personal service on an individual basis, taking care to protect their clients and make sure that they are given a caring and attentive service, as well as understanding the processes being followed every step of the way.

Services offered: Conveyancing
Surveys, pre-purchase legal evaluations, and ongoing advice and support on owning Spanish property – all available from the experienced Ábaco conveyancing team, enabling clients to buy and sell with confidence and security.

For non-resident property owners, Ábaco will represent them with their tax declarations and handle the local council taxes (the IBI) on their behalf. For residents, the full range of tax services is available, including annual returns, managing tax residency to avoid paying tax in two countries, asset declaration, and so on – in other words, total fiscal peace of mind all year round.

Ábaco offer a full service helping residents and non-residents handle all aspects of inheritance bureaucracy. Whether it’s making a Spanish will, assessing inheritance tax, or just making the process as smooth as possible, Ábaco are there to help.

Other Services
As well as the headline services above, Ábaco are set up to care for any number of other legal and financial services for their clients, including legalisation of home improvements, looking at construction defects (including the insurance angles), eviction of non-paying tenants, cancelling banking services, and any contractual issues relating to properties in Spain.

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