April 14, 2013

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Grounds for Divorce in Thailand

Grounds for Divorce in Thailand

Thai law makes provision for a divorce in Thailand in terms of Section 1516. This specific section covers the reasons or grounds on which a divorce in Thailand may be granted. Even though your reasons for a divorce in Thailand might fall under one of the subsections of Section 1516, they might not be as […]

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March 15, 2013

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Application for Annulment

Application for Annulment

An application to the Court for cancellation of marriage on the grounds of it being voidable shall be made only in the case where the spouses have not complied with the following sections. A marriage can only occur between a woman and a man if they are 17 years and older. The courts however may […]

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March 5, 2013

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History of Divorce in Thailand

The history of Roman Dutch law shows that as Westerners our laws had in the ancient past been mainly laws based on oral customary law and minimal written law. Only since Justinian did we change with the first codification of Roman law under the Corpus Juris Civilis. During this period many of our laws changed […]

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March 1, 2013

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Grounds for Divorce in Thailand: Defences

Grounds for Thai Divorce

Certain defences may be raised when opposing a divorce. These defences are noted in the following statues in Thai law. The relevant subsections listed below are the most common used defences when getting divorced. speak to a divorce lawyer in Bangkok or a divorce lawyer in Pattaya or anywhere in Thailand if you are in […]

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February 19, 2013

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Divorce in Thailand: Mutual Consent

Thailand Divorce Mutual Consent

Applying for a divorce in Thailand can be done reasonably easily if both parties agree to the divorce. Mutual consent to the divorce is simply a matter of both parties going to the District Registration office or Amphur in Thailand. This is the easiest type of divorce in Thailand. They would need the following documents […]

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