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202-349-4033


Confidential & Experienced Tax Lawyers

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United States Tax Court Case Results

The United States Tax Court is a specialty court that exclusively hears tax law cases. Because the U.S. Tax Court tries cases without a jury, the stakes are high as a single judge is tasked with deciding each tax case it hears. Often, the court hears cases that arise because the IRS has claimed a taxpayer unpaid their taxes or skirted their taxpaying responsibilities. Mr. Thorn has rigorously defended hundreds of clients before the United States Tax Court. The United States Tax Court is a very serious establishment. Representing clients before a Federal Tax Court judge is not an easy task. Inadequate representation could cause a taxpayer to lose their case, which could have serious repercussions for them.

Mr. Thorn has defended individuals, families, trusts and estates, companies, foundations and other entities before the United States Tax Court. He as well as all the trusted tax attorneys have the experience and the connections you need for you to come out of the United States Tax Court with the best possible ruling.  If your case is being heard before the United States Tax Court, you need a strong, strategic attorney such as Kevin E. Thorn defending you.


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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."