Taxes in Switzerland: Voluntary Self-Denunciation
The author of this article, MLaw Dr. phil. Tetyana Miller, is legal counsel at Dr. J. Bollag & Cie. AG . What to do if you forget to report income or assets on your tax return in Switzerland? There are situations, when you negligently or deliberately make a false or incomplete statement of your income […]
Corporate law: Company limited by shares under new Swiss corporate law
The author of this article, MLaw Dr. phil. Tetyana Miller, is legal counsel at Dr. J. Bollag & Cie. AG and specialises in corporate law. The Federal Council brought the new company law adopted in 2020 into force effective 1 January 2023. At the same time, the Commercial Register Ordinance was amended. The Essentials of […]
Immigration law: Family Reunification in Switzerland
The author of this article, Zlatko Janev, is an attorney-at-law and legal counsel as well as head of the legal department at Dr. J. Bollag & Cie. AG. His main activities include advising and representing clients in the area of immigration law. Requirements for family reunificationA person who has Swiss citizenship or a permanent residence […]
Inheritance law: Can compulsory heirs be excluded from a will?
The author of this article, Dr. iur. Jacob Bollag, attorney-at-law, is legal counsel at Dr. J. Bollag & Cie. AG and has dealt with the topic of virtual heirs in depth as part of his doctoral thesis. Entitlement to a compulsory portion and freedom of disposal in Swiss inheritance law In contrast to many foreign […]