Euregio Law & Tax is a modern Belgian law firm with offices in Brussels and Hasselt. We have been offering high-quality legal support to Belgian and foreign entrepreneurs (from SME to multinational) in the most important areas of Belgian law for many years. Our particular strength is cross-border legal and tax advice, and we also regularly represent foreign clients before Belgian courts.
Our dynamic team of lawyers, provides you with competent and practical support. High level of expertise, fast and comprehensibly formulated advice as well as close contact with the client are our distinguishing features. As a reliable partner, we always strive for solutions that respond to your legal and economic desires for your projects and concerns in Belgium.
Thanks to our comprehensive range of expertise in all business-relevant areas of legal and tax consultancy, you can rely on us for advice on all aspects of your business in Belgium. We advise, for example, on the drafting of international contracts, on cross-border tax issues and on expansion of your activities to Belgium. Be it by founding your own subsidiary in Belgium, through a sales cooperation with Belgian partners or by employing Belgian personnel. In particular, foreign companies that want to be active in the Belgian market for a longer period of time will find the legal advisor they can trust in our law firm.
For the support of our foreign clients, we can rely on a multidisciplinary team of specialists from various fields: tax advisors, auditors, banks, notaries, payroll accountants etc. We act as a central point of contact and arrange everything for you down to the smallest detail. You can find more information about this one-stop-shop for foreign entrepreneurs under the heading International.
Hence, we are your competent and reliable partner for legal and tax advice in Belgium. With our experience and expertise, we can help you make your business in Belgium a success.
As from 1 January 2023, any purchaser of such immovable work, who files VAT returns in Belgium, will have to self-account …