10 Post Office Square, 8th Floor, Boston MA 02109
Offices in Washington DC, Ruthorford NJ, Chevy Chase MD, McLean VA
Skilled tax attorneys for complex, comprehensive wealth & estate planning services.
Business tax law - Criminal tax law - Tax audit - International tax - IRS audits & litigation - IRS voluntary disclosure - Offshore bank accounts - FATCA tax law
Thorn Law Group is a leader in providing tax counsel and legal representation to clients throughout the United States and around the world.
We work with high net worth individuals, families, and business owners across the nation and abroad to develop wealth and estate planning strategies and solutions that best support their current and future goals. Our in-depth understanding of the complex and ever-changing estate and trust laws allows our firm to provide a complete range of wealth management, trust administration, and estate planning and litigation services.
My broad range of clients includes high net individuals, tax professionals, partnerships, trusts, banks, closely-held businesses, accounting firms, law firms, and corporations.
My perspective brings benefits to clients considering estate planning, wealth management, asset protection and business planning transactions. Additionally, I am highly sought after to represent attorneys, CPAs and other tax professionals in professional ethics audits before the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility, IRS Whistleblower Office, and state licensing boards.
I use the knowledge and experience I developed over many years of working within the Internal Revenue Service as an Attorney and with the United States Tax Court. Many tax attorneys without government experience refer clients to me for my unique perspective when representing them in IRS audits and criminal examinations, IRS voluntary disclosures, administrative appeals and protests of IRS determinations, Department of Justice investigations, and litigation of tax and tax-related cases in U.S. district and appellate courts, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and the U.S. Tax Court.