The rule of sharing has been applied to the proprietary relationship between common law partners.The criteria for the application thereof are:A normal relationship and joint effort (seethe rule of sharing).The case law holds that common law partners
The Property Relations Between Spouses Law applies to spouses who were married after January 1, 1974. The Law applies to members of all denominations and religions in the State of Israel, and the Rabbinical Courts are also required to act in accordance therewith.
The dissolution of the joint ownership of the family residence is an extremely charged issue, which, at times, can place an even greater burden on the legal proceedings and the end of the relationship between the parties. The reason is that the dissolution of the joint ownership contains conflicting interests, and it is necessary to strike a balance between them.
Options and shares present unique and complicated challenges.
Principally speaking, shares and options accumulated in the course of the marriage by either spouse (other than by way of gift or inheritance)
To the extent that the rights were acquired in the course of the marriage (and not obtained by way of a gift or inheritance), these rights are also to be shared by both spouses.
Our Firm places gregrgreat emphasis on the preparation of individual agreements. No two agreements are completely the same, just as there are no two identical families.Each family, each couple, is a whole universe, and the agreement required for each and every one of them has to “fit like a glove.” We are constantly striving to find unique and creative solutions.
Social benefits, including pension ,severance pay, benefit funds, funds, various retirement and insurance programs, etc., that have been accumulated in the course of the marriage are the family’s back-up financial assets
My husband has a debt to the clinic where his girlfriend underwent an abortion- Does this debt apply to me?
Career assets are human capital assets such as:Personal goodwill, earning power, academic degrees, professional licenses, etc. – all of which form the personal earning capacity of every person.
Within the framework of the family laws a person has a fundamental responsibility for the debts of his/her spouse which were accumulated during the course of the marriage or the cohabitation, apart from various execeptions. However, in this context, a distinction should be made between the responsibility for the debts as determined within the framework of the internal relationship between the spouses and the responsibility for the debts vis-à-vis the creditor.
Below we reflect on the nature and principles of the presumption of sharing, those governed by it, and the scope of the assets and property to which it applies.
According to the specific community property practice, the bulk of community property may include an “external” asset purchased by one of the partners prior to the marriage and/or an asset bestowed as a gift before and/or after the marriage, which is usually excluded from the distributable property.