Marriage does not separate assets, is it necessary to make a post-nuptial agreement? My Money – 1 day ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – As is prenuptial agreement, then the status of joint assets between the couple can be lost, as can joint debts. However, not everyone understands the essence of this agreement, and is it necessary for a husband and wife who have not made a prenuptial agreement to make a postnuptial or postnuptial agreement?

In matters of debts and receivables of a married couple, when one of the partners takes credit to finance a business or other consumer affairs, then the credit debt will fully become their personal debt if there is a prenuptial agreement.

When a payment default occurs, the creditor will only confiscate the assets written in the name of the spouse who is the debtor.

As is known, apart from prenuptial agreements, there are also postnuptial agreements.

These two agreements are actually not different and both regulate the separation of assets between spouses and other agreements, only the time when they are made is different.

As the name suggests, a post-nuptial agreement is made after the marriage takes place. This has also been regulated in Article 29 of the Marriage Law.

When a couple agrees to make this agreement, this agreement is not only ratified by a notary, but also recorded by officers from the Religious Affairs Office (KUA) or the Population and Civil Registration Service.

So should this agreement be made for convenience in household financial matters?

There is no pressure to do it

Having a marriage agreement is actually an option. And the agreement is intended to regulate the rights and obligations of the married couple in the future.

When both couples see the urgency of the agreement, it is not a problem for them not to make it.

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Originally posted 2023-10-17 08:25:00.