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International Tax Waters

International Business, Tax, Estate Planning and Asset Preservation Planning

Stephen A. Malley’s law practice emphasizes United States and international tax planning and international business structuring, estate, tax and asset protection planning for United States and foreign nationals and companies, international licensing of intellectual property, and international financial transactions generally.

  •  UNITED STATES AND INTERNATIONAL TAX & BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS

    International business arrangements require careful planning to accomplish business purposes, and to take advantage of tax treaties, US and foreign tax incentives, and to preserve tax credits.

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  •   ASSET PRESERVATION PLANNING

    Estate planning should involve consideration of asset protection, especially in the litigious U.S. Both personal and business assets can be protected. Domestic trusts and Foundations, along with limited liability company and corporate structures should be considered. Asset protection and wealth planning goals may be achieved through the use of captive liability insurance companies.

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  •   TRANSNATIONAL ESTATE AND TAX PLANNING

    Estate planning often involves consideration of Estate, gift and income taxes. US persons with overseas assets, and foreigners with US assets, require specialized professional advice to avoid negative tax and probate issues. U.S. taxpayers with foreign spouses are particularly vulnerable to negative tax consequences absent appropriate planning.

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  •   INTERNATIONAL LICENSING AND SALE OF TRADEMARKS, PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS AND SOFTWARE

    The sale or licensing of intellectual property to foreign entities, including subsidiaries of United States entities, can be complex and the tax issues, both in the US and abroad, must be considered.

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  • PRE-IMMIGRATION TAX PLANNING

    Persons immigrating to the U.S., either permanently or for temporary employment, will be subject to tax on world- wide income. Depending on circumstances, planning before arriving in the U.S. can minimize exposure to U.S. income and estate tax; there is a minimal estate tax exemption for estates which pass to non-Citizens.

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