In preparing to start business activities in the Netherlands, a company is presented with several choices involving legal requirements. From a legal and fiscal point of view, the first priority is deciding on which legal form to use for the company’s Dutch-based activities.
A law firm can help with this process. Law firms offers many services that are relevant to establishing a company in the Netherlands. Not only do they know all the ins and outs of Dutch laws and regulations, but they will also be able to help answer all your questions about immigration. Depending on a company’s specific needs, it may be advisable to seek legal counsel from a law firm specialising in international business services.