Business succession, inheritance and succession planning.
You can’t predict the future. But you can prepare yourself for it.
In family-owned companies, in particular, making the right preparations is essential to ensuring a smooth transfer of ownership later on down the line. For this, many things need to be taken into consideration:
These and more questions need to be examined and clarified as early as possible.
Ideally, a company owner will arrange his/her succession at between the age of 40 and 55. This arrangement should then be adjusted every five years according to the market, the company situation, and the situations of all those affected. This is the only way to find options that cover all eventualities.
Working together with the inheritance law specialists from my network, I will find a solution, taking into account the tax and legal possibilities that the law of succession allows. Should family circumstances be unresolved, I can provide a competent mediator from among my trusted partners.
The aim of mediation is to seek out the opportunities and paths that are best for you, your family and your company – and pay off for all involved.