Consulting the notary when establishing a company

The notary will need to know the name of the company, the address of the company, the capital, the representation, the day of the annual shareholders meeting, ...

As the notary is also the compentent lawyer for real estate, will, gifts, adoption, etc. (family law) and he is used to making declarations of inheritance (inheritance tax), he will be able to give advise on how the use the company as a way of estate planning.

The notary isn't an accountant, so VAT declaration, income tax declaration, etc. should be asked to an accountant. The notary does have a general notice about income tax matters, like capital gains, etc.