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Support and advice on issues concerning start-ups, company structures, co-ownership and changes within the company.

There are a number of laws and regulations to abide by when it comes to entrepreneurship. Choosing the right form of operation is vital in order for the business to be conducted as the owners have intended.

Contact us for questions about your particular business!

The rules around starting a business have become simpler over the years and now place fewer demands on the founders. However, this means that greater responsibility is placed on the founders to ensure that they comply with laws and regulations regarding how the business is conducted and managed. 

The company form that is best suited for your business depends on a number of factors. Easy management, personal responsibility, the influence of co-owners and the number of owners can be some decisive factors. 


Limited companies are the most common form of operation for established companies. The main principle is that the owners of a limited liability company do not have a personal responsibility for the company's debts, but the company is a so-called, legal person. The rules regarding the start-up and operation of a limited liability company are regulated by law. This type of operation is suitable for both sole proprietors and multiple owners. 

It is important to have a good insight into the subject of partners, personal responsibility and formalities such as decision-making procedures. Through our advice, we can help to ensure that your business is conducted in an appropriate manner so that you can focus on running and developing your business.


Through an agreement, the shareholders can ensure that their respective interests are safeguarded in a well-balanced way. Contracts are - next to the Articles of Association and the Companies Act - often the most important documents for regulating how a business will be conducted and how changes in the business can be brought about.

We can draw up shareholder agreements to ensure that you are able to regulate your transactions in the right way. In doing this, you will be able to avoid disputes and disagreements in the future.


We can offer advice on the registration of companies. With our guidance, you can be sure that the information you are presenting is correct and aligns with your aims and intentions. 


It may be difficult to decide which of the company's bodies should decide on various matters. Is it a board decision or something that needs to be addressed at a meeting? If it is an AGM decision - can it be taken at an Extraordinary General Meeting or must a decision be made at the Annual General Meeting?

We can assist you in ensuring that the decisions made are at the appropriate level and in matters such as disputes that have arisen due to how decisions have been made.



Limited companies are regulated through the ownership of shares. The number of shares in a limited liability company may vary, sometimes the number of shares needs to be increased or decreased. Shares can also be transferred. In addition, there are special rules concerning the share capital and its relationship to the company's equity. As an owner or board member of a limited company, you need to know these rules. We assist you in matters relating to your business in regard to shares and share capital to ensure that ownership, responsibility and risks are handled in an appropriate and desired manner.

Do you need legal advice?

We help with:

  • Establishment of shareholder agreements

  • Advice on ownership issues

  • Assistant before, during and after the Annual General Meeting

  • Advice regarding the rules of the Swedish Companies Act

  • New issues and share transfers

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