Family law is a much more diverse field of law, and most people think of divorce and marriage contract.
We do not see the future before we get married, but we could still be foreseeable: a property agreement could contain much more guarantees than who gets the Herend Porcelain tableware and who gets the flat-screen TV in the event of a divorce.
There is no question that the main purpose of these agreements is to ensure that, in the event of divorce, everything is done smoothly and in accordance with the deed – avoiding frequent disputes, in a fair and approximate peace – but there are other advantages that could be useful and is often overlooked by future spouses or spouses. Contrary to popular belief, a marriage contract benefits not solely the spouses if they separate their journeys, but also, for example, if one of the parties is engaged in a high-risk business or if excessive debt accumulates, as the community is not only it applies to ‘housekeeping’ but also from the ‘for good’ part to the latter.
Divorce can take place in two ways: by mutual agreement or by exploring the grounds for divorce.
In order to be able to conduct the proceedings even during a hearing, it is advisable to draw up the settlement agreement before the court stage and to submit it at the same time as the application, which will allow the court to close the case more quickly and cost-effectively. If no settlement is reached, the court shall conduct a protracted litigation in which the causes of the marriage will be proven. If a matrimonial property contract has previously been concluded between the parties, this document will prevail during the division of property, and if not, it is expedient to reach an agreement in this case as well.
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