Child Custody

Child Custody

Divorce
A child custody negotiation or battle is among the most painful experience that a family can go through. Every member of the family has to conquer the stresses of being in court and if the parents are separating on a bitter circumstance, the arguments and presentations of negative ideas to discredit one party to the other in order to gain custody will eventually give lasting but hurting and often traumatic impressions on the child. These impressions may eventually affect the child’s personality as he grows up therefore if a separation of the parents is the only available avenue that they will have, it wise that they will deal with the custody issue as subtle and as civilized as they can. However, custody battles or negotiations are not limited to married…
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Divorce in Thailand: Mutual Consent

Divorce in Thailand: Mutual Consent

Divorce
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 for the divorce so check the following documents which you will need listed below. If you have a divorce agreement or a prenuptial agreement ensure that you have these with you. The list for the documents need for an unopposed divorce are listed as follows. Speak to a divorce lawyer in Bangkok or a divorce lawyer in Thailand for more assistance. With office in Bangkok, Samui, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Samui we will be…
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Divorce in Thailand: Divorce Agreement

Divorce in Thailand: Divorce Agreement

Divorce
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 a divorce and both had to have signed proper forms at the District Registration office (“Amphur”). The problem is that few Thai women will want to agree to the procedure. Once the divorce is complete, neither party would be able to contest the disposition of the property. Property disposition had to have been agreed to by both parties in writing prior to the divorce registration. Part of divorce agreement is a statement that neither party…
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Divorce in Thailand: Disputed Divorce Procedure

Divorce in Thailand: Disputed Divorce Procedure

Divorce
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 is normally the most common problem as the father might want to return to his home country. There are other problems however if you have a prenuptial agreement then this normally provides you with leverage with regards to property ownership and child custody. The following documents would be needed during divorce proceedings in Thailand: The original Marriage Certificate; The original Identification card and House Registration Book of the Thai spouse; The original passport; The original…
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