In 2013, private foundation law in Austria celebrates its twentieth birthday. Since twenty years, it?s possible to dedicate estate not only to a non-profit, also to a self-interested purpose.Up to now (28/03/2013), 3.277 people in Austria made use of this possibility to save their estate to future generations and to fullfill such a purpose, sometimes detached from its owner.The thougt behind this dedication is praise-worth. In the beginning, it also works very good, but after some time, problems may occure and people think about the question written in the title of my work: And now? Was that all? Is there a chance for any restruction, and if, does it make sense?This thougt may occure grundlessly, but also maybe in case of concrete problems, which have to be solved, sometimes con-cerning foundation, sometimes concerning its boards.After a short introduction in austrian foundation law itself, i want to list some solutions for these problems. The most important instrument for foundation governace is its declaration, but in many cases, a solution is missing.In response to this fact, common foundation law itself and legal practice also have established some of these solutions.Often, private foundations bring the smell of estate petrifying with them, but although in boundaries of foundation law, austrian private foundations are comparatively changeable.