When your union doesn’t fit the description of a common law partnership because of situations that are beyond your control, it may be regarded as a conjugal partnership. A conjugal partner is someone with whom you have more than just a sexual or physical relationship.
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By means of the conjugal partnership of gains the husband and wife place in a common fund the fruits of their separate property and the income from their work or industry, and divide equally, upon the dissolution of the marriage or of the partnership, the net gains or benefits obtained indiscriminately by either spouse during the marriage.
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Likewise, considering that at the time of your marriage, the law provides that your property relation with your husband is under the regime of conjugal partnership of gains, if no agreement prior to your marriage was executed, then the same shall govern your property relation.
The conjugal partnership will be terminates upon the death of either spouse, when there is a decree of legal separation, when the marriage is annulled or declared void, or in case of judicial separation of property during the marriage settlement.
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Dissolution of Conjugal Partnership Regime Art. 126. The conjugal partnership terminates: (1) Upon the death of either spouse; (2) When there is a decree of legal separation (3) When the marriage is annulled or declared void; or (4) In case of judicial separations of property during the marriage under Article 134 to 138.
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