The Italian legislation on divorce is 30 years old, consists of a small number of provisions and does not identify instruments for a definitive regulation of the patrimonial relations between spouses at the moment of the dissolution of the bond. The “una tantum” regulatory provision is the only solution that can lead to a “clean break” if it is submitted to an equity judgment. This paper discusses what the future of this legislation may be after the recent rulings of the United Chambers of Cassation on the “assegno di divorzio”.

Il futuro del pagamento una tantum all'indomani della sentenza delle Sezioni Unite della Cassazione

Claudia Irti
2019

Abstract

The Italian legislation on divorce is 30 years old, consists of a small number of provisions and does not identify instruments for a definitive regulation of the patrimonial relations between spouses at the moment of the dissolution of the bond. The “una tantum” regulatory provision is the only solution that can lead to a “clean break” if it is submitted to an equity judgment. This paper discusses what the future of this legislation may be after the recent rulings of the United Chambers of Cassation on the “assegno di divorzio”.
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