If the father-son relationship is formed based on the blood relationship, the law does not support the severance of the relationship, so it does not involve the issue of property distribution. If it is based on the adoption relationship, after the adoption relationship is lifted, each of them will get their own property.
Article 26 The adopter shall not terminate the adoption relationship until the adoptee has reached adulthood, except for the termination of the agreement between the adopter and the adopter. If the child is over ten years of age, the consent of the adopter shall be obtained.
If the adopter fails to fulfill the maintenance obligations and commits abuses, abandons, or other violations of the legal rights and interests of the minor adopted child, the adopter has the right to request the adoption relationship between the adoptive parent and the adopted child to be lifted. If the adopter or adopter fails to reach an agreement to terminate the adoption relationship, he or she can sue in the people s court.
(1) Pre-marital property agreement; both remarried couples now generally have their own personal pre-marital property. In order to avoid future disagreement due to property differences or conflicts in the division of divorced property, the respective pre-marital property is negotiated before remarriage registration. Fix it in writing, just in case. This form is more common in cities than in rural areas. If the pre-marital property is executed in accordance with the agreement at the time of divorce, the contradiction in handling the pre -marital property due to the division of the property is reduced. The division of property after marriage, needless to say, the division is based on the common property during the marriage.
(2) If there is no premarital property agreement, when remarriage and divorce, if there is evidence that the premarital property can prove that it is premarital property, it belongs to personal property. According to whose property belongs to whom. If it cannot be proved that the property is personal pre-marital property, it is generally divided according to the post-marital property (except those that the other party recognizes as pre-marital property).