French real estate advisor to purchase a property in Provence - Legal and juridical advice in Paris

French real estate advisor to purchase a property in Provence

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Assistance with filing and preparation of tax returns

• determination of your tax residency (French internal law and double tax treaty provisions) • analyzing and optimizing your French income tax and French wealth tax liability • preparing for a move to France and analyzing the tax consequences of becoming a French tax resident • tax planning of lo [...]
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Tax litigation

CM-Tax assists you in tax litigations :   - tax claims further to a tax investigation or in case of over-paid taxes (eg errors made by the taxpayer in the understanding of the French tax law, new cas law or changes in the French / European legislation) - assistance and pleadings before the courts [...]
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Lawyer - Partner   A tax lawyer dealing with French and international tax matters since Post graduate in tax law - Utrecht law Faculty and Aix en Provence law Faculty He speaks Dutch, French and English
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The French law firm CM Tax is specialized in tax and real estate advice. Our lawyers offer their services everywhere in France. Contact us for legal advice.
If you're looking for a French law firm to get legal advice from a professional, contact CM Tax; this company offers high-quality tax and legal advice for private individuals and firms, please contact us for more information.

Law firm for tax advice Provence

We offer our services French real estate advisor to purchase a property in on :
Monaco - Luberon - Paris - Courchevel - Cannes - Saint-Tropez

Latest assignements :

Assistance in regularizing the tax position of several clients holding non declared bank accounts outside of France Real estate transaction : Membership of Marché Immobilier des Avocats - M.I.A. (Real estate market for lawyers) Claims and tax reliefs in relation to social contributions wrongly paid by non residents (de Ruyter case)