Tax & Private Client

Not only our lifestyles, but also the legal framework is constantly changing and becoming more and more complex. This makes it essential to provide foresighted advice on how to structure and organise your affairs. Whether asset protection, establishing a home in Austria, or passing on your assets or company to the next generation – we are by your side legally. We support individuals, family offices, foundations and family businesses from all over the world on issues of family and inheritance law, foundation and corporate law and, of course, tax law.

Our lawyers – some of whom licensed tax advisors (Steuerberater) and auditors (Wirtschaftsprüfer) – also assist with national and international tax law issues: from structured finance, corporate restructuring and tax disputes to tax planning for foundations and assets. When structuring transactions, our interdisciplinary team will take care of optimising your tax burden.

We deliver clarity

  • National and international tax planning
  • Tax structuring
    • M&A transactions
    • Capital market transactions and related tax planning
    • Tax-neutral corporate restructuring
  • Tax aspects of (structured) financial transactions
  • Tax-driven foundation and asset planning
  • Tax disputes, also before high courts
  • Asset protection and succession planning
  • Establishment and administration of private foundations
  • Probate proceedings
  • Generation handover in family businesses
  • Dispute resolution
  • Residence permits for private purposes
  • Austrian citizenship for former Austrians who had to leave Austria prior to May 1945 to avoid political, racial and/or religious persecution
  • Austrian citizenship for descendants of Holocaust survivors (available since September 2020)

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"The team offers high-end tax advice and is very innovative."

(Chambers Europe, 2020)

"They offer a long-standing experience in advice on international structures."

(Chambers Europe, 2020)