Baur & Klein, P.A. and/or its “of counsel” attorneys have decades of experience advising clients in all areas of business law and focus on the legal questions and concerns of foreign individuals, businesses, and investors.
Baur & Klein, P.A. and/or its “of counsel” attorneys can assist clients in expanding an existing foreign business into the US, forming a US subsidiary, building a startup company in the US, investing in a US company, acquiring a US company, and entering a joint venture, etc., including related due diligence.
Baur & Klein, P.A. and/or its “of counsel” attorneys can also advise clients on many US and international tax law matters. The provisions of the Convention between the Federal Republic of Germany and the United States of America for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to taxes on income and capital and to certain other taxes (DTA) may affect transactions.
Baur & Klein, P.A. and/or its “of counsel” attorneys can confer with clients’ German and US tax advisors, and consult with a wide network of experienced tax, accounting, legal and business professionals, including acting at times like clients’ outsourced legal department by periodically referring clients to and collaborating with outside (non-firm) attorneys and informing clients of the status of the matters, fees involved, etc.
Die erbrachten Leistungen auf einen Blick:
Commercial and Corporate Law, Tax Law
Company formation and liquidation
Shareholder’s Meetings and Resolutions
Negotiations among shareholders
Mergers & Acquisitions (KMU)
US and International tax law
Mortgage loans, bonds, debt acknowledgements
Debt collection, foreclosures, enforcement of German judgments in Florida
Persönliche Beratungsgespräche mit Baur & Klein, P.A., in ihrem Büro in Miami, Florida, sind nur nach Vereinbarung möglich; die meisten Angelegenheiten werden über elektronische Kommunikation zwischen Baur & Klein, P.A. und ihren
Mandanten abgewickelt. Es werden keine "walk ins" akzeptiert. "Ihr Fall kann an einen anderen Anwalt verwiesen werden.