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    Poca
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    Matrimonial regimes

    those who are in a relationship be it marriage or civil union,
    what kind of matrimonial regimes have agreed upon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poca View Post
    those who are in a relationship be it marriage or civil union,
    what kind of matrimonial regimes have agreed upon?
    what kind of what?

    re⋅gime
       /rəˈʒim, reɪ-, or, sometimes, -ˈdʒim/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [ruh-zheem, rey-, or, sometimes, -jeem] Show IPA Pronunciation
    –noun
    1. a mode or system of rule or government: a dictatorial regime.
    2. a ruling or prevailing system.
    3. a government in power.
    4. the period during which a particular government or ruling system is in power.

    please clarify/elaborate....haven't the slightest idea how u mean to use that word.

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    ditto ^^^
    “A sharp knife never proclaims it’s sharpness to the world…but the first to fall against it becomes it’s advocate.”

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    cassette_craig
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    my regime is i must get head before work and after dinner

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    Poca
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    you know when you get married or in a civil union you have to decide how the propreties and assets will be divided. You know, what was your before the union remain yours, what you acquire during the union is to both spouses. or what was use prior to the union is yours and what you acquire during the union remains yours as long as you can prove it.

    I am taking a family law course and it is quite interesting, and i think that most people don't know about the different matrimonial regimes and if it is not specified the marriage or civil union gets the default regime which is what was yours is yours, but whatever was acquired during the union belong to both spouses, therefore would be divided equally.

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