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Thai Last Will and Testament

The Thai last will and testament is explained in detail. As much as you do not want to be thinking about your death, it is strongly recommended for foreigners in Thailand to draft a Thai Last Will and Testament for their assets in the Kingdom. The last thing that you want is to cause additional stress to your family during the period of mourning. This especially with property in the country.

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Divorce and Property

See what you need to know about divorce and property in Thailand. Under Thai Law, there are three reasons for a marriage to be terminated: Death, Divorce and Cancelled by Court. In Thailand, there are no differences between foreigners and Thais. Although it is a must for them to translate the documents which can be a bit complicated. To have a divorce in Thailand, your marriage should be based and recognized under Thai Law. Always take legal advice from a Thai lawyer for more information.

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Foreigners Getting Married in Thailand

See what you need to know about foreigners getting married in Thailand. A lot of foreigners have been coming to Thailand and marry their Thai fiancées. For some, they wanted to do it overseas, but, mostly, marriages in Thailand have been their choice. For those planning to get married in Thailand, you should be aware about the difference between the two. Always check your prenuptial agreement as well as property rights in Thailand before getting married.

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Thai Prenuptial Agreement

A Thai Prenuptial agreement or so called, pre-marital contract. This is a written agreement or contract concerning of the assets between a husband and a wife before entering marriage in Thailand. In general, this enlists all assets and properties of both parties. Also it distinguishes the property rights each of them will have after the marriage. It would also outline how each wish to divide marital properties in the event of either death or divorce. This only pertains with the marital and personal property of the husband and wife.

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