There are many risks in Estate Planning: economic risks, litigious risks, business risks, civil liability, political risks, and others. It is possible to substantially reduce those risks and limit their impact in case of unforeseen events, by appropriate legal structuring of the family or business inheritance and succession. This is done via legal vehicles such as stock or other limited liability corporations, foundations of private interest, trusts, and specific contractual instruments depending on the particular situation of the family or business in question.
Adequate Estate Planning may further achieve the objective of making the inter-generational succession more fluid, free of litigious traumas, and with added economic benefits.
We have ample experience in structuring family and business estate plans, with a view to Risk Management and the optimization of Inter-Generational succession.