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Thorn Law Group Will Work to Resolve Your Most Challenging Tax Problems
If you are dealing with a tax issue or controversy Thorn Law Group can help. Kevin E. Thorn, Managing Partner of Thorn Law Group, and the members of his firm are dedicated to providing skilled tax law advice and advocacy to clients throughout the Maryland region, across the U.S. and around the world. We are an experienced team of tax attorneys focused on resolving sensitive and complicated national and international tax law problems. Our lawyers understand that tax disputes can have very serious and long-lasting consequences and we work to settle these matters quickly and favorably for our clients.
- Thorn Law Group is well recognized as a leading national and international tax law firm.
- The attorneys at Thorn Law Group offer more than 30 years of collective experience handling complex civil and criminal tax law issues.
- Many of our lawyers have worked as trial attorneys with the Internal Revenue Service and served as law clerks with the U.S. Tax Court before joining our firm.
When taxpayers have concerns about a tax matter or are involved in a tax dispute with the IRS or another government agency, they turn to Thorn Law Group for trusted guidance and advice. If you have tax questions or are in need of legal representation in connection with an IRS audit, criminal investigation or any other tax law dispute, we encourage you to contact us to schedule a confidential consultation with an experienced tax attorney in our Maryland satellite office.
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"I have personal knowledge that the tax attorneys at Thorn Law Group have developed a nationwide practice guiding individuals, banks, trusts, foundations and other organizations through the processes involved in managing and disclosing offshore bank accounts. The goal for our attorneys is to resolve potential legal issues in advance in order to bring their offshore bank accounts into compliance with government regulations."