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COMMON LAW MARRIAGE - IS THERE SUCH A LAW IN POLAND?


sarah2014
22 Oct 2014  #1
Hello, I am a US citizen moving to Wroclaw Poland to be with my Polish boyfriend. Here in the States after living with someone for 6 months we are consider common law. So if we are to separate I am entitled to half of his belongings and he is entitled to mine. Is there such a law in Poland?

Appreciate anyone's knowledge with this.
label_rouge
22 Oct 2014  #2
sarah2014

no, there is no such law in Poland.

To benefite anything from the belongings of your partner you have to marry (and WITHOUT THE SEPARATION OF BELONGINGS) or he has to establish a donation in your favour
OP sarah2014
22 Oct 2014  #3
So what happens then if we have a child together and don't ever get married? Thank you for your help, I really appreciate it.
label_rouge
22 Oct 2014  #4
You have right to absolutely nothing

Your kid has right to alimony- the amount depends of possibilites of father, needs of child, and of cours your own situation

Really, pay attention- even the mothers in polish courts are privilegied, if you give birth to Polish kid, with a Polish guy it could be difficult to come back to US with the kid...


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