Compulsory property regime
The Polish court may, for important reasons, establish property separation between the spouses during the marriage. Our Family Lawyers will help you determine if the reasons are met and represent you before the court to establish compulsory marital property regime.
If you live separately with your spouse, you do not have a common household and you plan to get a divorce, you have right to demand establishment of compulsory property separation during the marriage. You should keep in mind that even if you break up and move out form joint apartment, almost everything you earn and buy until the final divorce become a joint marital property. In accordance with the Family and Guardianship Code, the court may, for important reasons, establish property separation between the spouses during the marriage. Property separation may also be established by the court with a retrospective date. A petition for the establishment of compulsory property separation may be filed by the spouse, the creditor of one of the spouses and the public prosecutor.
Our family and divorce lawyers would be happy to:
- answer your questions, present and explain the premises for the separation of property by the court and indicate what actions should be taken,
- help determine the strategy of the court proceeding, prepare and submit to the court an appropriate petition for establishing the compulsory property regime,
- represent you before the court,
- draw up an appeal against the court order regarding the compulsory property regime.