Entering into marriage results in the creation of a statutory matrimonial property regime between the spouses. However, the spouses may decide to modify the property regime. Our lawyers will advise, help choose and establish a marriage regime appropriate for spouses - joint property, property separation (prenuptial agreement), property separation with equalization of property, limited or extended joint property.
The services of the Law Firm include:
- establishing a marital property separation (prenuptial agreement),
- establishing separation of property with the equalization of achievements,
- limitation of marital joint property,
- extension of marital joint property,
- obtaining the consent of the court to perform activities exceeding the scope of ordinary management of the marital joint property,
- depriving a spouse of the independent management of joint property.
Legal advice — property regimes in Poland
We will answer your questions, present and explain the differences between individual property regimes and indicate what actions should be taken to modify the matrimonial property regime - at a meeting arranged at a time convenient for the client, as well as during a telephone or online conversation.
Legal opinions — property regimes in Poland
We will answer your questions, present and explain the differences between individual property regimes, analyze the family and property situation of the spouses and help you choose the properly regime tailored to the client, present and describe the actions necessary to take.
Prenuptial agreements drafting
Negotiating and concluding marriage contracts
We provide comprehensive legal services, ranging from presenting and explaining the differences between individual property regimes, through advising on a property regime appropriate for the spouses, negotiating the terms and preparing a property agreement, to participating in notarial activities.
Court matrimonial property cases
Our lawyers will help determine the strategy of proceedings, prepare and submit an appropriate petition and other pleadings to the court, and take part in hearings.