YEAR 2020 N.º 2

ISSN 2182-9845

Some aversion of brazilian private international law to conflictual autonomy in patrimonial family matters: between fraud and public police

Gustavo Ferraz de Campos Monaco


International families; marriage property regime; succession planning; available right; conflict of laws.


In the context of the management of the patrimony of international families, it is necessary to discuss not only the Brazilian conflict of laws rules regarding the marriage property regime - and its extension to stable unions - and succession (especially as a theme of succession planning), but also the difficulty to recognize the conflicting autonomy in matters of available right in Brazilian law.