Getting married or entering into a partnership : the patrimonial issues of choice in french law
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Berry, Elsa
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2021
In French law, there are only two models of couples between which a choice is really possible to organize their patrimonial relationships: partnership or marriage. But, if the couple intends to organize a transfer of assets between companions both during the union and in case of death, it is definitely marriage that offers more possibilities than partnership. Often, young French couples, who do not wish to marry, either not at the begining of their relationship or not at all, have the idea that, if marriage organizes a legal protection of the couple, the partners have the possibility to provide conventionally equivalent protection. In fact, this idea is wrong.

    Berry, Elsa. Getting married or entering into a partnership : the patrimonial issues of choice in french law. En: Actualidad jurídica iberoamericana, 15 2021: 14-23

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