AVOCAT – Attorney at Law registered at the Bar of Grasse

Tax Lawyer specialized in the individual tax assistance of foreign persons living in France and French executives with worldwide responsibilities.Bilingual in English and French, she is an expert in international tax matters.

She has acquired a solid experience in international expatriate legal and tax background through fifteen years working in the tax departments of PriceWaterhouseCoopers successively in PARIS and SAN FRANCISCO. Her career started in Paris, with an experience of ten years as the Senior Tax Manager of the Expatriate Tax department of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), and two years in the International tax department of PwC in San Francisco.

Catherine Terry is a French barrister who graduated in International Tax Law at the University of Paris Dauphine (Paris) and obtained the Specialization in Tax Law or “Certificat de Specialisation en Droit Fiscal” in 1990.


She has created her own law firm in Nice before setting up her offices in Cannes, on the Croisette, in 2013.

Very specialized, she will offer you the French and international experience to all questions about the individual tax assistance and the international mobility of top executives of companies (Tax equalization policies), and will provide effective solutions to any complex issues you may have to face.

Catherine Terry has set up a network of tax lawyers located in Paris and in most of the foreign countries, selected for their individual expertise, to provide you with solutions adapted to your strategic and operational needs.

Working closely with the French tax authorities for many years, and mainly concerning tax audits and regularization of French tax situations, she has developed relationships of trust with the French tax authorities.

Catherine Terry is an alternative to the biggest international law firms, as she combines skills, professionalism, availability and proximity (intuitu personae relationship).

Clientele :

Most of her clients are foreigners (at 95 %) and essentially:

 -  Foreign wealthy individuals living in France,
 -  Foreign multinational companies having employees performing worldwide responsibilities,
 -  Non-resident individuals owning real estate properties in France,
 -  French and foreign individuals with tax audits investigated by the French tax authorities.

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