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Marriage in community of property is a type of matrimonial regime which joins the estates of the two spouses into one estate of equal shares.
Therefore, the couple who marries in community of property owns the joint estate together and the estate can only be divided should the couple choose to terminate the marriage.
Many couples have the dream of getting married abroad in an exotic destination, but there are certain pitfalls that can come from doing this.
South African marital laws presume that a woman’s home is with her husband’s home and when they get married, the woman is legally bound by the laws of the country he treats as his home.
Without a doubt, being married in community of property is a much cheaper matrimonial regime for couples to enter into.
Although it is also the most popular matrimonial regime to enter into (by default), it does come with many disadvantages.
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