Imagine that there are two partners, “P1” and “P2”. They own the company A LLC. The specific percentage of the partners’ shares in the authorized capital is not of fundamental importance.
“P1” has heirs who, for certain reasons (we will come back to them), cannot rationally manage the company. Moreover, this statement is consistent with the opinion of both partners. However, “P1” still wants to ensure the comfortable existence of its loved ones. To do this, he turns to the notary and draws up a will, according to which, after his death, the notary will create a hereditary fund. Continue reading