Divorce compensation can be material and non-pecuniary. According to Article 174 of the Civil Code; The faultless spouse of the spouse in less fault whose current or expected interests have been damaged by the divorce may seek appropriate financial compensation from the spouse in fault.
“Participation receivables and share of value increase can be paid in money. In the payment, the version value of the goods is taken as basis.”
In case of death, first of all, the liquidation of the property regime is made, and then the inheritance shares are determined. In cases arising from the inheritance share at the
“In case of divorce due to adultery or intent on life, the judge may decide to reduce or abolish the share of the defective spouse in the residual value in accordance with equity”