Taxes, corporations and individuals – Procopio


transaction tax

We have extensive experience structuring and advising on all tax aspects of company purchases and sales, mergers, corporate reorganizations and other transfers of ownership interest in companies, including to and from publicly traded corporations.

We are adept at arranging, structuring and negotiating partnership and limited liability articles of association, as well as structuring the most tax efficient methods for the distribution and sale of assets by these companies, repayment of ownership interest and the use of partnerships and limited companies Liability in connection with complex estate planning strategies.

In addition, we provide comprehensive consulting for nonprofit and charitable organizations, advising on the technicalities of federal and state tax exemption, tax-exempt financing, independent corporate income taxation, and nonprofit corporate governance. We represent a wide range of tax-exempt entities, including healthcare organizations, private schools and other educational institutions.

International tax

We have extensive experience advising clients on complex international cross-border transactions and helping them to obtain the most tax efficient structures for cross-border business activities. This includes corporations located in the United States and outside the United States, structuring both inbound and outbound transactions, and handling tax disputes related to international transactions before the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Some of our international tax attorneys are also licensed in Mexico.

Estate and gift planning

We advise clients on all aspects of gift and estate tax planning, including assisting multinational clients in reducing their United States estate and gift tax obligations.

tax dispute

We represent clients in all aspects of federal, state and local tax disputes, including audits, administrative appeals and litigation before the US Tax Court, the US Federal Claims Court and the Federal District, Bankruptcy and Appellate Courts.


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