As a percentage, how much should I agree on with my co-founder? How should we regulate dilution? What should I do if I need my co-founders to stay for at least three years otherwise the business is materially endangered?” These are questions that arise regularly when setting up corporate structures or when restructuring is needed for any reasons. A solid and well-functioning corporate structure is the foundation of your company, the bricks to build the castle from. Even though, at this moment, everything seems shiny and bright, trust us, hard times are ahead for all of you, and a well-thought out structure and a proper shareholders’ agreement can save you some serious headaches and valuable months or even years of arguing with your co-founders or investors.

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