Rights and Obligations after Divorce – A broken marriage or divorce results in legal consequences that need to be considered by the divorced parties. As for the legal consequences of divorce, namely: Child status, maintenance, education, and funding; Joint assets of husband and wife; Waiting period; The livelihood of his wife and children.
Marriage is a bodily and intellectual bond among a person and a girl as husband and spouse with the intention of forming a satisfied family. The purpose of marriage is to form a happy and eternal family, which means that marriage is for life or forever and should not be broken just like that. The breaking of the marriage rope can be caused by three things, namely death, divorce, and court decisions. Marriage can also be abolished if one party dies and also if one party remarries.
The obligation to care for and educate children is not the same as the obligation to be a guardian of children. Both ex-husband and ex-wife are obliged to care for and educate their children based on the child’s interests. Husband and wife together are responsible for all costs of caring for and educating the child.
Joint assets acquired during the marriage must be divided in half between husband and wife if they divorce. The inheritance of original assets of the husband or wife remains in the hands of the respective parties. The inheritance of each husband and wife and property that is obtained by each as a gift or inheritance, is under their respective control as long as the parties do not determine otherwise.
Cost of living insurance is the cost of living provided by a husband, used for a wife if in the future the ex-wife is unable or unable to meet her own needs. Husbands are obliged to provide living expenses and determine something for the ex-wife, according to the husband’s ability, and not burdens the husband if the ex-wife does not have a decent source of living. Cost of living insurance in the form of a living allowance for the ex-wife after the divorce according to a court decision is given as long as the ex-wife has not remarried another man and will stop if the ex-wife has remarried another man. Whereas the judge in deciding the case regarding the insurance for living expenses for the wife as a result of the divorce was based on considerations, namely looking at the evidence presented by the parties, listening to the testimony of witnesses who knew what happened to her own life and seeing the socio-economic background of the former husband.
The insurance for the cost of living for the wife can be guaranteed if the socio-economic condition of the ex-husband is sufficient to provide a living allowance every month, while the support is not guaranteed because the socio-economic conditions of the ex-husband are insufficient in providing a living allowance, so in deciding the case the judge must first look the socioeconomic status of the husband. Whereas as long …