Most couples begin a life together with civil marriage, to see if along to get along and to check your feelings. But almost all of them are not aware that in the event of force majeure, for example, the death of a spouse the second the right to property are other than legally married.

On the one hand, civil marriage into something more comfortable, but with a change in the relationship one of the parties that made investments in the total budget is likely to be without compensation. It is not necessary to forget that, what are the responsibilities of the marriage in relation to children. In the case of disconnection, the duty to educate the child lies with one parent, and often it's the mother. If the relationship after breaking bad, and in most cases, and sometimes, for women there is a big risk to find yourself without the financial support from the former husband. Of course, it can be solved through the court, but the chances for a decision in favor of women is not so much as when married.

You can live in a civil marriage and a quarter of a century and half-century, but in the case of the death of a spouse in inheritance will be in trouble.

The output can be. A special agreement between civilian spouses, which shall include the costs of partners, the relations between them and specifies how needs will occur property division in the event of termination of cohabitation. The points of such agreement, a couple can often consider on their own. For example, a clause stating that in case of loan arrangements during cohabitation payoffs will be divided between the spouses equally.

When drafting such agreements can be issued and deliberative. So, it is possible to get some kind of warranty, in which case the spouse will be able by right of inheritance to claim their belongings in a civil marriage.