Thai Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial Agreement in Thailand

A Thai Prenuptial Agreement is a legally binding contract between two individuals. While any agreement will be binding, a Thai one will be more important since it is recognized as an International contract. In this article we will discuss the legal aspects of a Thai prenuptial agreement and the benefits of having one. The following […]

Getting Divorce in Chiang Mai Thailand

Divorce in Thailand

If you are considering divorce in Thailand, you need to know what the laws of the country require for divorce in Thailand. The Thais typically prefer an uncontested divorce, which means that no fighting will take place during the divorce process. In this article, we will examine the implications of divorce, the social and material […]

Thailand Visa For Foreign Nationals

Thailand Visa

Thailand is a Southeast Asian country known for its countless temples, ancient ruins, canals and floating water markets, sandy tropical beaches, and modern cityscapes. Foreigners wishing to visit Thailand may find that they have to apply for a Thailand visa beforehand. This article will discuss about the types of Thailand visas, requirements, and other important […]

Permanent Residency

Instead of settling for a long-term stay in Thailand, why not choose to be a permanent resident? Although this entails a seemingly complicated procedure, this can be overcome with the help of a competent immigration lawyer. Why apply for permanent residency? Permanent residency in Thailand offers several advantages that cannot be acquired from a longterm […]

Long-Term Visas in Thailand

Judging by the volume of visa runs conducted every year, it is obvious that many desire a long-term stay in Thailand. But then again, considering the hassle and inconvenience of visa runs, not to mention, the risk of exposing these visitors to immigration violations, many would want to know whether there are options available for […]

Work Permit in Chiang Mai

In Thailand, any activity that makes use of one’s physical strength and knowledge, whether it is paid or not, is considered as “work.” Evidently, when performing work in the said country, a work permit is needed. This situation remains true even in the case of those who are engaged in volunteerism and other related activities.

Buying or Renting in Chiang Mai

There are many options when you retire in Thailand when it comes to settling down. You can either rent property or buy the property. This is where a solicitor will be needed. Many expats depending on their needs tend to rent property on a month by month bases. Other prefer long term leasehold agreements while others […]