Ricardo Tostos Stand on Judicial Decision of Assets Division in a Marriage

One of the most definitive articles you can read lately about marriage and separation of assets during divorce is the one from Agencia Globo, which talks about how Ricardo Tosto sees the division of assets of a marriage that involves a stable union with a third party.

The Stable Union Dillemma

The report done by lawyer Ricardo Tosto about a case involving the division of assets of a married couple after separation would indicate that there are a lot of intricacies, nuances and details that can only be resolved if the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) makes a final stand on such case. It is confirmed that before a division of assets can take place, it should first be clarified whether the relationship of a couple happened before a stable union was already established by one of the partners with a third party. This is to identify of whether there should be a strong reason and foundation for divorce can be processed.In such a case, Ricardo reported that before anything can be established on the division of assets, the proof of conjugal existence of the wife with a third party should be established first. The recognition of parallel stable unions would not be established if there’s no sufficient evidence that is accepted and confirmed by jurisprudence. There is also a need to determine whether the case of the marriage involves a double bond, a situation where a marriage persists even if there’s also a stable union with another party.

About Ricardo Tosto

Atty. Ricardo Tosto is one of the partners and dedicated lawyers at Leite, Tosto and Barros Advogados Associados. He is also considered to be one of the most creative lawyers in Brazil who have done a lot of outstanding strategies to win his clients’ cases. His expertise also just doesn’t lie in the world of legal works. He is also known for being an entrepreneur who has built a reliable law firm business that helps advocate for good governance and ethical business standards. He went to Mackenzie Presbiterian University for his Bachelor of Laws and at the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation for his Business Administration degree.

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