Civil and Criminal
Tax Litigation & International Tax Compliance

Representing clients throughout the U.S. and worldwide for more than 25 years
Chaya Kundra

For a Quarter Century,
Dedicated To Tax Resolutions

When facing a tax problem, there are only two potentially life-altering questions that need to be asked and answered:

  • 1.  What lies before you?
  • 2. What are the possible consequences of the outcome?

Kundra & Associates has earned a reputation as a premier tax resolution and compliance law firm with a record of success for national and international clients. Whether you are an individual facing potential civil or criminal problems with the IRS, or are an international business or investor needing help with U.S. tax compliance, attorney Chaya Kundra is ready to put 25 years of experience to work.

Kundra & Associates offers exceptional representation focusing on:
  • Business tax law, including corporate taxes and industry-related issues in the areas of entertainment and gambling, and sales and use taxes
  • Personal tax liability, including issues related to divorce and innocent spouse relief
  • International tax compliance, including FATCA and Foreign Qualified Tax Accounts (FATC) and criminal litigation related to international detection and enforcement

A Boutique Tax Law Firm

Striving to achieve positive results for every client, every time, requires passion and commitment. From the first interaction through to the final outcome of the case, you will find that focus to detail and dedication. These capabilities have enabled Kundra & Associates to become recognized as one of the premier East Coast law firms dealing with domestic and international tax defense. Consider your tax issue handled.
Chaya Kundra and Randi Dutch
Offices in Rockville, Maryland,
Washington, D.C., and Mumbai, India
Chaya Kundra talking to people at her desk

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Consider Your Tax Issue Handled.

Kundra & Associates focuses on creating solutions that work; not only to resolve your current tax problem, but to help you avoid related problems that might arise in the future. This allows you to focus on what you do best.

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