Provision and Inheritance
Secured assets and well-managed companies outlive their owners. When it comes to the question of what will become of your estate after your death, it is generally not advantageous to rely on the intestacy laws. External influences and disagreements between the heirs can cripple and even threaten the very existence of your company. There is a wide variety of possibilities to prevent such risks, by means of a testament or the provisions of corporate law, ensuring that your estate can only be used in accordance with your declared will. The lawyers and notaries of S2H have been successful providing effective advice in the field of inheritance law for many years. If the estate includes companies, we pay particular attention to the special requirements of an entrepreneur’s last will and the necessary adaptations to the articles of association or partnership agreement, if any.