It sounds like a fantastic idea!!!...and I shall discuss it with my dad...the only concern is, would that affect my "inheritance", what I mean is that my mother gave her house to my brother - we each have a house - so if my dad house bypasses me, it may have an incidence on the inheritance (i.e. my brother gets something and I don''t)...but I would much much rather have nothing and my son everything rather than my ex getting a brick/penny from that house. However, french law is just like here...not necessarily "logical"
But I will defo look into that, if it''s possible that would be absolutely wonderful!!!
Honesty is the best policy. Not disclosing and making any significant changes at this point can seriously backfire and cost a fortune in sanctions and penalties. IF assets are disposed of the courts may deduce the disposal was to reduce your husband''s claims and either set aside the disposal or add the value back to the matrimonial "pot" before sharing.
What if my ex and I agree that it should not be taken into account? Would the court still enforce a share? Baring in mind that it would take away our son’s inheritance (it is stated very clearly in the paperwork that the house should not go to anyone else but my son upon my death).
I guess, what I am asking, and that would go for any financial arrangements, not only the house abroad I guess, if you are in agreement with what we want, could the court order us do something even if we don’t want to?