KFK brings sophisticated legal services to the U.S. Virgin Islands to benefit businesses new to the islands as well as local businesses in need of comprehensive corporate counsel and representation. Our attorneys have years of experience in complex litigation, corporate law, and domestic and international taxation to assist our clients with all of their legal and business needs. Our New York affiliate, Solomon Blum Heymann LLP, is a Wall Street firm rated “AV” by the Martindale-Hubbell legal directory with an established domestic and international practice focused on complex financial and legal work as well as tax and business advising.
Our years of experience living and working in the U.S. Virgin Islands gives us a deep understanding of local markets, politics, law, and regulations. As members of the U.S. Virgin Islands community, we are well-known to community stakeholders and personally committed to the success of business clientele that locate here.
Our combined decades of work with the U.S. Virgin Islands Economic Development Commission tax incentive program give us the insight to navigate every element of the application, certification, and compliance processes. We offer our clients the benefit not only of knowing the EDC program inside and out, but of intimate knowledge of the program's history, evolution, and associated administrators and agencies. To our EDC program representation, we add comprehensive corporate work in business formation and expansion tailored to the needs of EDC program beneficiaries. Our supplemental EDC compliance services offer the added benefit of keeping beneficiaries efficiently and seamlessly in compliance with ongoing reporting and documentation requirements.
With attorneys on both St. Thomas and St. Croix, we represent a wide range of clients throughout the U.S. Virgin Islands and have ongoing involvement with the business and real estate markets on all three islands. Our U.S. and international practice is also supported by our New York affiliate, Solomon Blum Heymann LLP. Our attorneys are admitted before all U.S. Virgin Islands courts, U.S. Tax Court, and various U.S. state and federal District courts.