Big Firm Quality,
Small Firm Values

International Tax & Business |
Tax Controversy & Consulting

Big Firm Quality, Small Firm Values

International Tax & Business


Tax Controversy & Consulting

Worldwide Partnerships and Dependable Experience


Hone Maxwell LLP: Tax Law Attorneys

Strong cross-border relationships. Accounting and financial services experience. Bilingual communications.

These are just some of the unique qualities Hone Maxwell LLP’s tax and business attorneys bring to their business and individual clients in the U.S. and abroad. We provide a full spectrum of federal, international, state and local tax law services, including tax planning and tax controversies involving civil and criminal claims.

Whether you have a complicated tax issue, a dispute with a taxing authority or you are looking for legal oversight to expand your business internationally, HMLLP attorneys provide cost-effective legal guidance that yields great outcomes.

Founded in 2012 by Partners Aubrey Hone and Managing Partner Josh Maxwell, HMLLP prides itself on delivering personalized, responsive client service. Contact us to help you solve your tax issues.

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Singapore Office: Providing International Tax & Business Law Counsel in Asia

Hone Maxwell’s international tax and business law attorneys serve clients throughout Asia who have ties to the United States from our Singapore office.

Meet Hone Maxwell’s International Tax & Business Law Lawyers

Whether it’s across borders or in the U.S., we bring the legal experience, relationships and cultural diversity that’s essential to helping individuals and businesses with their tax and business matters.

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Entering the U.S. Business Market

What we cover: 

  1. Why the U.S. is lucrative for businesses to enter
  2. Pros and cons of entering the U.S. using different strategies
    • Acquiring a business
    • Expanding a foreign business
    • Setting up a new business
  3.  Federal, state, and local tax compliance
  4. Continuing compliance and business obligations
  5. How to navigate these complexities effectively