My American daughter is marring a French pharmacist in France who he is asking her to sign a standard “certificat du notaire” (for which we could not get a copy of it so far) claiming that this is for their protection from troubles or debts which may occur to his business as he is a partner in a pharmaceutical lab in Paris. So my questions are:
• Regardless of the “Certificat du Notaire”, in principle, if they get divorced after certain period, does she has any rights in the value of his share in the lab, or as he owned his share prior to their marriage
so in any case she will have no right whatsoever in his share?
• He is also claiming that if they buy a house in the future, it will be totally in her name again for their protection, but in the several states in the US even if the house is in the name of the wife or the husband, still they both share the value of the house in case of divorce
, so is it the same in France, or if the house will be in her name, he will not share the value of the house in case of divorce?
• Would you advice to sign a standard certifica du notaire?