A sound and secure legal basis is essential for a visionary business, in order for the management to focus on the commercial matters of the company.

Entrepreneurship and Setting up a Business

We know the challenges and can help you get started

Over the years, we have assisted a large number of entrepreneurs. Therefore, we know the challenges you face as an entrepreneur, and with a team of our own legal and financial advisers we have the competences to help you realise your plans.

Outsourcing your legal matters gives you and your start-up business a significant financial advantage. In that way, you can concentrate on the development of your business.

We are keenly aware that the liquidity of your new business is tight. Therefore, we emphasise cost control so that your funds may be spent in the areas that are strategically important to your business.


We have extensive experience in providing advice on all relevant legal areas in connection with the start-up of your new business, both in relation to general legal matters and as a strategic sounding board in connection with board work. We also cooperate with other strategic business partners such as auditors, which can be a great advantage to you and your business.

If you plan to set up your own business, we can help you:

  • Find the right business form (private limited company, ApS; entrepreneurial limited company, IVS; limited liability company, A/S; partnership, I/S; or personally owned business). The various business forms are very different, and you risk missing out on a number of benefits, including in terms of tax, if you choose the wrong business form and structure.
  • Draft a business plan and prepare a visionary strategy. We specialise in business consulting, and DreistStorgaard is represented on more than 100 boards all over Denmark. We provide advice on everything from law, strategy and financing to key figures.
  • Draft contracts etc. We specialise in the purchase and sale of businesses and have a team that advises, negotiates, drafts contracts and carries out the transactions from A to Z. Due to our long-time experience with board work, we have extensive knowledge about negotiating the conditions of a transaction. That is why we are often engaged as advisers long before the legal documents are to be prepared.
  • Evaluate insurance conditions that are worth taking into account when you start a new business. This includes whether there is a need for insurance for professional liability of advisers, other professional liability insurance or any other compulsory insurance. We have special knowledge of matters within the field of insurance law and will discuss the choice of appropriate insurance contracts with you.
  • Establish your company and draft company documents, including articles of association or articles of partnership, rules of procedure, register of shareholders, annual cycle of work for the board etc. Add to this shareholders’ agreements, executive service agreements and instructions to the executive board etc.

You are welcome to contact us to discuss the opportunities for giving your new business the best possible start.