Tax Issues

Foreign tax obligations are the reason many domestic United States companies and other foreign entities decide not to do business in certain regions. Depending on the interplay of local rules and regulations and international treaties, a foreign business may be taxed on multiple fronts, eroding the profits that made the new business venture appealing initially. However, experienced international tax and business attorneys can alleviate many of those concerns.

Brunoro Law has a strong focus on international taxation and business matters, with extensive experience in transactions occurring within Brazil, Mexico, and the rest of Latin America. One of the reasons for the emphasis on these countries is firm founder and principal attorney Paula Brunoro, who originally is from Brazil, where she received her law degree and is licensed to practice. Her fluency in Portuguese and Spanish also enables her to guide Brunoro Law’s clients through the intricacies of cross-border transactions.

In addition to having deep personal knowledge of the legal systems and relevant regulatory provisions, Ms. Brunoro’s background has led to the formation of strong partnerships with skilled local counsel in Latin America. Many times, tax matters may arise due to changes in the law or a reinterpretation of specific provisions in a treaty. In order to protect the interests of the entity doing business in a foreign country, it is critical to be able to respond quickly and appropriately.

This is why the partnerships that Brunoro Law has with distinguished legal practices throughout Latin America are so important. Although Brunoro Law acts as the primary counsel for our clients, these local law firms with which Brunoro Law has such strong relationships enables our firm to provide seamless and effective legal representation to our clients who are doing business in these foreign countries.

Schedule a free one-hour consultation with our firm to learn how we can help with your international business needs.


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