Corporate liability and the associated risks are some of the factors that must be taken into account when deciding upon the legal form of a future business. GMW Advocaten can help by advising on the differences between a public (N.V.) and a private limited company (B.V.), a foundation or a general partnership (vof).
A decisive factor when opting for one legal form or another is the core business of the future business. Depending on the risks associate with it, along the ensuing possible claims, one will opt for the best suitable legal form.
Evaluating advantages and disadvantages
GMW Advocaten can inform on all the ins and outs of this matter, advising clients on the advantages and disadvantages of each legal form when applied to the business envisioned. In doing so, both present and future activities will be taken into account. A B.V (private limited company) for example, is well suited to limit possible future liabilities. Whenever the risks involved with a certain legal form arise GMW Advocaten will strive to find a possibility for keeping them at bay.
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