This section presents the facts of the divorce action, in particular: Each spouse is liable for the spouse`s own indebtedness before the solemnization of his or her marriage, except as expressly provided in this Convention to deal with the indebtedness of the other spouse. Each spouse is individually responsible for his or her own indebtedness after the date of separation, unless otherwise agreed by the parties in this Agreement. Each spouse must settle his debts in a timely manner, in accordance with the conditions of the creditor concerned. In addition, the spouses are liable for such debts, indemnifies and keeps the other in its entirety free from such debts. The purpose of the divorce regime would be to determine in the same way which spouse would receive which patrimony, what responsibilities after marriage and the division of marital property suffered by a couple during the period of marriage. It is very important to set a goal in the event of a divorce agreement. In addition to the dissolution of the marital bond, many things should be considered, such as for example; Real estate, property, finances and children, if the couple has any. Both sides need to be realistic when setting goals. Take into account current and future needs. 26. IF NO ASSISTANCE TO THE SPOUSE: the Court has absolutely no power to compensate one of the parties in the future.
The provisions of this section shall comply with the requirements of In Re Marriage of Vomacka (1984) 36 Cal.3d 459, which specify that no court is entitled to provide assistance of any amount at any time. As a result of the agreement reached between the two parties to terminate the jurisdiction of the court for the granting of assistance to spouses, the court cannot grant assistance, even if circumstances change, poor health, incapacity for work, bad investments, a decrease in the market value of assets, lower income, a serious necessity or one of the parties wins the lottery. Community property law means that, from the beginning of the marriage, all property and funds acquired by one of the spouses are the property of the marriage. This also includes debts and it doesn`t matter if each spouse has their own separate credit cards or bank accounts. The divorce regime is important to avoid conflicts with financial concerns. Any outstanding financial claims may also come back years after a divorce is concluded to disrupt life.. . . .