It is a must that before engaging to purchase a property in any country, the prospective buyer should consult a lawyer with extensive background on laws and processes. The same is true in Thailand where a local or foreign buyer needs to have a keen knowledge of the property in question.
A prenuptial agreement is a written agreement or contract executed between two marrying parties so that should their marriage fail, such document will guide them on the ownership of the assets they have. In other countries, it is also known as “antenuptial agreement” or as “premarital agreement.”
Although a constitutional monarchy, the majority of Thailand’s laws follows the codification system, a distinct feature among countries governed by civil laws. Here, dispute resolutions are tried at courts of laws with varying levels and jurisdictions. Nonetheless, the highest court in the kingdom is still the Supreme Court. Although not compulsory, lower courts may consult […]
Different countries around the world have their distinct divorce laws except for two countries, one in Europe and one in Southeast Asia. Distinct because their divorce laws and the circumstances in which a divorce can be based for it to be granted or not differ from one country to another.