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Civil Law in Phuket

Civil Law in Phuket: We not only share a Thai law article but also update it when laws, rules, and regulations change.

Making Last Will and Testament in Thailand

Having assets in Phuket, Thailand involves thinking about devolution when death comes. Above all, a Last will and testament made in Phuket and the whole Thailand, concerning your assets in Thailand. Will facilitate the devolution to your heirs. This article gives an explanation of the main key points when making a Last Wills and [...]

By |2023-06-06T16:28:08+07:00July 28, 2021|CIVIL LAW, INHERITANCE LAW|

How Inheritance Tax works in Thailand

In this article, we’re going to equip you with a short and easy explanation regarding how Inheritance Tax works in Thailand. Who is a taxpayer, tax rate, when to pay and penalty. Firstly, in B.E. 2476 (1933) Thailand had the first Inheritance Tax Act. But it was cancelled 11 years later because the amount [...]

By |2023-06-06T16:29:12+07:00June 23, 2021|CIVIL LAW, INHERITANCE LAW|

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement

PRENUPTIAL AND POSTNUPTIAL AGREEMENTS IN PHUKET One of the classic dispute stories between spouses is ‘Property Dispute.’ To avoid this kind of dispute, if you are in Phuket or somewhere else in Thailand. It is good to understand how Thai law works regarding Prenuptial Agreements (Ante-Nuptial Agreements) and Postnuptial Agreements. First, in this article [...]

By |2023-05-31T04:59:14+07:00May 26, 2021|CIVIL LAW, Family Law|

Inheritance Rights in Thailand

This article 'Inheritance rights Thailand' gives you information about how inheritance rights work in Thai law. to plan the settlement of your estate to assure that the legacy goes to the people we love most. However, you put it on. Last Will and Testaments are not things we like to think about, but as mortality [...]

By |2023-06-18T17:33:37+07:00January 6, 2020|CIVIL LAW, INHERITANCE LAW|
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