Finally I got my plane ticket to Jakarta. So I'm really wondering now about all the law and document matters...
It's already clear that we would do a prenup. However in the expat website there is a paragraph named "Choice of law". Does it say that to be married in Indonesia we absolutely need to choose Indonesian law as the one ruling our marriage?
If we decide to move to Europe then, we will still be ruler by Indonesian law for our wedding right? At the beginning I thought I could do one prenup for the properties in Indo and on for the properties in France. But what about kids and family rights? I'm very confused about it! Plus I guess that there should be some points where Indonesian and France diverges. So I guess it can't be possible to make two contract.
Anyone got some clues about this?
Plus if we marry under Indonesian law, do you what would be the big differences with europeen law (or French?) I mean, are there some points on which Indonesian law is different from European one? About wife/husband position inside family? Or anything like this?
Thanks for the information you could give us!