The set of legal rules that define the rights, interests and obligations of spouses economic make up the economic system of marriage, and a divorce before a notary, before or after the wedding, by mutual agreement of the spouses, under a contract which are the marriage contract, which is registered in the registry office, along with the marriage certificate.
The following are contemplated economic arrangements within marriage: due regimes, separation of property regime and regime of participation.
Separation of property regime:
In this regime each spouse has financial independence and each party may acquire and dispose of their assets and income obtained both before and after marriage, without the consent of the other party to sell, rent or performs the action you want.
The debts incurred by each of the parties, are your responsibility, without compromise to the other party of any of the forms, plus each of the parties must contribute to family expenses, depending on their financial resources, but if one of them does not work, which is economically active is liable to the other party.
Community of property:
All the profits made by either of the two spouses, become part of a common fund, which will be owned by each spouse in equal parts, which should be managed by the two and will serve for the family expenses. If you want to sell or administer any property, must have consent of the parties, but are allowed the necessary expenses or urgent one spouse.
Any property purchased, while duration of this regime, has positive character, but that company can be dissolved in the following cases: by dissolution of the society, the death of one of the spouses, annulment of marriage, change of economic regime through the prenuptial agreement, by judicial decision or by separation of the spouses.
Conditions of participation:
This regime is the least used, in each of the parties has given and their property, both prior to marriage, such as those acquired later, but in the scheme each of the parties has the right to participate in the profits obtained by the other party, while the regime is in force.