February 17, 2013

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Divorce in Thailand: Divorce Agreement

Thailand Divorce Agreement

A Thai divorce agreement whereby parties agree to the terms of their divorce. This is a typical post from a Thai forum when speaking about divorce in Thailand and the divorce agreement. Laws could change, but there is a procedure for “uncontested divorce in Thailand“. Only requirement is that both parties have to agree to […]

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February 15, 2013

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Divorce in Thailand: Disputed Divorce Procedure

Thailand Divorce Dispute Procedure

A divorce in Thailand is fairly straightforward however in many divorce proceedings in Thailand there tends to be a dispute which the parties cannot settle amongst themselves. This would typically be a dispute as to property or disputes related to the child/children. The most common dispute with a divorce is child custody in Thailand. This […]

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March 15, 2012

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Insanity & Divorce

Filling for divorce in Thailand you can base the application on a number of documents grounds.The specific part that this page refers to is an application made for a divorce in Thailand based on Insanity. Having your spouse declared insane as part of your divorce may come with a court issued order for maintenance. Living […]

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March 15, 2012

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Insanity & Maintenance

There are no real statistics as to how many applications are made for a divorce in Thailand based on insanity. Insanity is defined by Thai law and by those acts governing divorce in Thailand. You would require expert legal assistance when using such far reaching grounds for divorce in Thailand. Insanity does not only affect […]

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March 15, 2012

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Matrimonial Assets Community of Property

Litigious divorces are not very common in Thai courts however, with the rise in wealth there is a significant uptick in the process.¬†Until 1935 the husband had full power over all the property in the marriage. This changed in 1976 when new laws allowed for joint control over all the property in a marriage in […]

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