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Netherlands Tax Lawyer

SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATING COMPLEX TAX MATTERS FOR CLIENTS WITH FOREIGN ACCOUNTS, INCOME OR BUSINESSES IN THE NETHERLANDS

Thorn Law Group is recognized worldwide for our superior legal services and representation in complex domestic and international tax matters. We know what it takes to achieve successful results and aggressively fight to protect our clients’ rights. Consult with a Netherlands tax lawyer at our firm for assistance with Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR), international tax planning, Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), IRS case litigation, criminal tax investigations, collections and other tax-related controversies.

PROUDLY PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL TAXPAYERS

The United States government has been cracking down on taxpayers who have foreign accounts or who conduct business offshore. If you hold assets or earn income in the Netherlands and are responsible for paying taxes in the U.S., the IRS may have already begun investigating your tax records. Even the smallest of mistakes in reporting foreign-based income or accounts can lead to exorbitant financial, civil and – worst of all – criminal consequences. However, with an experienced Netherlands tax lawyer on your side, you can protect your investments and avoid severe tax-related penalties.

I am Kevin E. Thorn, Managing Partner at Thorn Law Group. For years, I worked as an attorney for the IRS and the United States Tax Court. During this time, I gained unique insight into the complexities of international tax law – insight that I now use to my clients’ advantage. Equipped with a rare insider’s perspective on how the government conducts tax investigations into foreign accounts and businesses, my team and I deliver the superior legal counsel our clients need to attain a swift and successful case resolution. 

Turn to Thorn Law Group if you are:

  • A U.S. citizen living, working or earning income in France
  • A U.S. taxpayer with trusts or estates in France
  • A non-U.S. citizen (French native or otherwise) with U.S.-sourced income
  • A U.S. business with operations in France
  • A France-based business, bank or other organization with U.S. tax reporting requirements and tax liabilities

IRS NOT BACKING DOWN? NEITHER WILL WE

Once the IRS has you on its radar, it’s not easy to get the agency to look the other way. No matter what kind of tax issue you may be struggling with, it’s vital to ensure you have a skilled team of tax attorneys on your side who will not stop fighting until the most favorable outcome for your case is attained. When the IRS doesn’t back down, rest assured, neither will we.

Our Netherlands tax lawyers take on a range of cases for individuals and businesses, including those pertaining to:

RESOLVE YOUR IRS ISSUES TODAY WITH THE HELP OF A NETHERLANDS TAX LAWYER

Swift success – a motto our tax lawyers live by. If you are struggling with a tax matter related to offshore assets in the Netherlands, voluntary bank account disclosure, foreign income earning or other complex tax controversies, we are ready and waiting to help you save money and IRS penalties. Contact Managing Partner Kevin E. Thorn today to get started on your case.


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"Mr. Thorn and the attorneys at Thorn Law Group were so knowledgeable about the IRS Voluntary Disclosure Program and about the way the IRS Criminal Investigation Division works. Mr. Thorn helped put my mind at ease and walked me through the whole Voluntary Disclosure process. With the help of Thorn Law Group, and Mr. Thorn specifically, we were able to get back into compliance and were able to avoid criminal prosecution."