Marriage in Thailand

Marriage in Thailand involves several legal requirements and procedures. Here are some key points to know: Eligibility: Both parties must be at least 17 years old and mentally capable of giving consent to marry. If either party is under 20 years old, parental consent is required. Registration: A marriage must be registered at the District […]

Divorce in Thailand

Divorce in Thailand is a legal process that ends a marriage. This procedure can be either a mutually consented or contested divorce. A Thai family lawyer can help guide you through this complicated process. Divorces in Thailand are usually uncontested, which means that the couple agrees to end their marriage and files a petition for […]

Marriage Registration in Thailand

When a couple wishes to get married in Thailand, they must register their union with the local district office known as an ‘amphur’ or a ’khet’. It is a process that can take several days to complete and involves gathering a range of documents. First, both parties must obtain an ‘affirmation of freedom to marry’ […]

Benefits of Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement in Thailand

Whether you have assets to protect from divorce or just want to ensure that your spouse won’t inherit any of your debts, it is a good idea to draft a prenuptial agreement in Thailand. This will help you avoid a costly and difficult divorce. A prenuptial agreement, also known as an antenuptial contract or a […]