Question 1).......My husband and I have our birth certificates and marriage Lic obviously, but how do we go about getting these docs translated into Spanish, Apostilled (not sure what that even is) and notarized? Do we A.) Take them with us to the Dominican Embassy in the US and they do it? or B.) Do we have to have it done before we go there to the documents we already have? or C.) Do I send away to the State we were born in and married in and order new birth certificates and marriage lic that are apostilled and translated in Spanish and then take them locally to be notarized? This question goes for anything else we have to get Apostilled and Translated too, is there a service that does this sort of thing?
Question 2) I have heard or read that if you are living in the DR and you have a Inheritance coming to you that the DR take a large portion of that in taxes, I think I remember reading 50%?? God forbid something happens to my parents I would hate to think that a government would take 50% of that? Is there something tax wise that I have to do to protect myself from being taxed on that? Thanks!!!