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Change of Legal Form

Does a change of legal form make sense?

The question of the appropriateness of the legal form arises not only when a company is founded, but also over and over again during the course of carrying out business activities. If the economic, personal, legal or tax conditions change, the legal form initially chosen may no longer be appropriate. In addition to limiting liability or for tax reasons, aspects of outward representation can also be a reason for a change of legal form. It is important to make the change of legal form as tax-neutral as possible in order to avoid unnecessary leakage of liquidity.

Cadenberg* supports you in the change of legal form and develops a strategy with you to implement the change quickly and cost-efficiently – legally, fiscally and economically.


  • Legal, tax and economic structuring of the change of legal form, including inventory and requirement assessment
  • If the legal situation is unclear, safeguarding the structure by obtaining binding information from the tax authorities
  • Contractual structuring and implementation of the change of legal form
  • Restructuring of the organisational and operational structure
  • Management of internal and external communications

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