The tax landscape in Poland is forever evolving, particularly when dealing with cross-border and local tax regulations and this presents businesses and individuals with a significant challenge. Recently, there has been a noticeable increase in the number and complexity of tax investigations conducted by authorities and it is expected that enforcement will continue to gather pace. The requirement for tax adjustments and a multi-disciplinary approach to maximise tax effectiveness is rising accordingly. The law firm of Bernard Łukomski has in-depth knowledge and expertise in national and international tax laws and we advise our clients in all aspects of personal and corporate income taxes, VAT, excise duty, transfer tax, stamp duty, real estate tax, tax disputes, social security, and fiscal criminal law. As an established and well-known lawyer in Warsaw, we can help you to manage tax control cases in addition to managing tax litigation cases including challenging tax liability decisions and dealing with tax authorities, tax administrative courts and the Supreme Administrative Court. Receiving the correct tax advice often reduces transaction costs and can avert serious penalties and consequences.

If you need expert advice on any aspect of getting a divorce in Poland, Kancelaria Prawna Bernard Łukomski is a lawyer in Warsaw with many years experience in this area. Our lawyers are highly trained, experienced and knowledgeable in everything from marriage and divorce to issues involving children. If you are going through a difficult time and need expert advice you can trust, we can help.

Our lawyers represent clients in a broad range of court proceedings, including labour conflicts, copyrights and neighbouring rights, industrial property rights, disputes in commercial transactions and disputes relating to personal rights. Our lawyers also conduct court cases regarding derivative claims.

Our experience in company and corporate law matters includes:

  • Establishment and dissolution of companies and partnerships;
  • Preparing articles of association, memoranda of association, corporate bodies resolutions and shareholder arrangements;
  • Corporate Law Due diligence;
  • Drafting share purchase agreements, including purchase financing agreements and collateral;

Our experience in real estate and construction law matters includes:

  • Representing investors with the purchase and sale of real estate;
  • Representing landlords and tenants in lease and sale-and-lease back real estate transactions;
  • Representing developers in commercial and residential projects;
  • Organising and conducting due diligence reviews;
History
The Law Firm of Bernard Lukomski was founded in 2003 in Warsaw. Since then, we have worked on a wide range of projects and transactions for both domestic and International clients. The types of projects that we have been involved with are numerous and have included our core competencies in tax (business & criminal) and family law matters. Over the years we have won many court cases for our clients.
Mission
The Firm of Bernard Lukomski is devoted to providing high-quality legal services especially with respect to complicated and ever changing tax regulations. We specialise in providing our clients with secure and tax efficient solutions. Tax laws have a huge impact on every aspect of our private lives and our businesses as well. We may not be aware of it but each of our actions has tax consequences.
The Team
It is our strong believe that clients' cases should be dealt with only by experienced lawyers and to that end, our team only consists of legal advisers, solicitors and tax advisers with extensive experience in their respective fields of specialisation. Our lawyers gained their experience in international audit and law firms such as KPMG, Hunton & Williams, White & Case, Dewey & LeBoeuf (formerly Dewey Ballantine) in addition to Polish law firms.

Tax Specialists

The Firm advises its clients in relation to personal and corporate income taxes, VAT, excise duty, transfer tax, stamp duty, real estate tax, tax disputes and controversies, social security, and fiscal criminal law. The Firm represents clients, both corporate and individual, before tax authorities of all instances and tax administrative courts, including the Naczelny Sąd Administracyjny (Supreme Administrative Court).

Address

ul. Puławska 2,
Budynek B,
02-566 Warszawa.

Email / Tel

bernard.lukomski@kpbl.pl

+48 608 093 541 (Mobile)

+48 692 802 229 (WhatsApp)

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