Pattaya Divorce Lawyer

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Please visit our offices in Pattaya, Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket. Let us help you with your divorce in Thailand and any other legal issues. Call us today. Offices located in Thailand Bangkok Law Office Interchange 21 Building, 23rd Floor, 399 Sukhumvit Road, North Klongtoey, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 02-259-8100   Phuket Law Office 123/27-28 Moo 5, Bangtao Place T. Cherngtalay, A. Thalang, Phuket 83110, Thailand Tel: 07-632-6322 / 091-8212-329   Pattaya Law Office 124/80 Moo 10 Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi … Continue reading “Pattaya Divorce Lawyer”

Child Support

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The laws in Thailand are no like those in your home country as you will see when we highlight some of the oddities within Thai law when it comes to child support. Certain obligations which in the West would be naturally enforceable in Thailand is not and is optional to a great extent. Again, speak to a family lawyer about any of your child support issues in Thailand. Child Support – Divorcing Parents The courts will decide what is applicable … Continue reading “Child Support”

Marital Property

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The Thai legal system view property in a divorce slightly different to how it is viewed in the West. They also have different wording for the property and assign a status for each category of property. These are the 2 types of marital property that the Thai legal systems looks at. If you are not certain then ask online or call  our toll-free numbers for assistance so walk into our offices in Pattaya or Bangkok for assistance. If you have … Continue reading “Marital Property”

Contested Divorce

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A contested divorce can be very costly and depending on the issues can take anywhere from 6 months to a year. When the divorce is filed by your attorney you need to be in court. Any other appearances you would need to speak to the attorney dealing with the matter. Thai courts do understand that many expats getting divorced tend to return to their home countries and they do accommodate for this after the first appearance. Firstly there is the … Continue reading “Contested Divorce”

Uncontested Divorce – Questions

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These are some of the most common questions about getting divorced in Thailand. If you have any other questions ask us online or call our toll-free US and UK numbers to speak to a family lawyer. Any other questions that you prefer to speak to someone in person you can walk into any of our offices in Thailand. The Pattaya office is less than 500m away from the Pattaya Bus Terminus. – Can one file for an uncontested Divorce? Yes … Continue reading “Uncontested Divorce – Questions”

Grounds for Divorce

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There are a number of grounds for divorce. Some of these are vague and open to interpretation and others are very specific with the legislation to cover the reason for divorce. These are mainly issues such as insanity and abuse. The good majority of issues in Thailand tend to be issues of extra-marital affairs. The listing for most common reasons for divorce in Thailand are listed below. Common Grounds for Divorce: – There has been a 3-year period of separation … Continue reading “Grounds for Divorce”

Uncontested Divorce

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An uncontested divorce in Pattaya is not very common as there are always a number of issues which creates a defended divorce matter. Consider the costs of the divorce then consider what the dispute is about. At times it might be better to cut you losses if you are in dispute over a motorcycle or a 200,000 Baht apartment. Consider these factors first. When both parties agree to a divorce and they have come to a settlement with regards to … Continue reading “Uncontested Divorce”