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202-349-4033


Confidential & Experienced Tax Lawyers

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Tax Law Case Results for Client in Asia

Disclosing foreign assets or doing business in Asia is a sensitive, arduous process filled with nuances that can make all the difference in the world. Managing Partner, Kevin E. Thorn, knows the ins and outs of handling international tax law and doing business in Asia. He is skilled in navigating clients through the IRS’s Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP), the Streamlined Procedures, and business planning. He also has helped Asian clients with complicated IRS audits, including business audits, personal audits, and international tax audits.

Mr. Thorn has helped clients in China, Japan, Russia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, and other Asian countries. He understands the cultural sensitivities of each Asian country served and has worked with discretion to help clients throughout Asia.  For example, if the IRS uncovers your assets before you voluntarily disclose them, you will be subjected to their scrutiny, including severe penalties and harsh criminal investigation with potential incarceration as a result. Call Mr. Thorn and the international tax attorneys at the Thorn Law Group today if you have assets in Asia and need business or tax advice concerning complicated tax issues.


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"Kevin Thorn, Managing Partner of Thorn Law Group, is an excellent adviser. My family and I are US citizens living in Europe and the US. Mr. Thorn helped us to understand our opportunities for international investments and estate planning issues so that my siblings and I may continue to further the growth of our businesses, to care for our aging parents and provide for our children. Mr. Thorn and his team were sensitive to our family's needs and helped us identify and understand our options and potential risks associated with US and international activity."