Most businesses start as sole proprietorships, where the founder can immediately begin to implement his business idea. However, it often turns out later that this was not the optimal option, for instances because all liabilities remained with the founder of the company alone.

These initial considerations already show that, in the founding process, the ideal legal form should in any case be examined.
The notary is a competent contact for these questions of company law, as well as for all questions in relation to the safeguarding of private assets.

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