Making a testament in Thailand

Making a testament in Thailand

By making a will in Thailand, the respective person declares his wish but also his will regarding the transfer of goods or inheritance following his death. The Thai will is valid and must be made only by a mentally healthy person and must be in all forms provided for in Chapter II of sections of the Commercial Code.
If you do not know how to make a will in Thailand, J&E Concierge Pattaya company is here to guide you and explain to you the meaning of each process. The most common form of will made in Thailand is the written testament that dates from the moment of execution and is signed by the person in the case requesting the creation of a will, in the presence of at least two witnesses who then signs his name to certify the testator’s signature.
To be considered a legal or valid will, it must not be registered or notified.
By making a will in Thailand, you can make it as a public document, with the help of a statement to the relevant public officer. The persons requesting the creation of a will are required to declare their wishes, of course in the Thai language, to a public officer who, in turn, must write the declaration of the persons requesting the will in the respective will in the Thai language.
When the official has finished writing, he is required to quote the applicant but also the witnesses who will sign the last test prepared by the public officer. Concerning the cost of making a will, our company is always transparent towards customers, we answer all questions and we are very involved in the things that clients want to solve.
By making a will, you will ensure that your loved ones will have a better future and will be helped by all the assets or inheritance you will leave after your death.

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In certain circumstances, according to Thai law such as the imminent danger of death or, if the person is not allowed to make this will, the person can create the will only in words, without the need for it to be written.
According to Thai law, a person can also perform a holographic test, which is a testament written entirely by the testator himself, where the date and signature of the person requesting the creation of a will are specified.
By making a testament, it is the mandatory presence of at least two witnesses and course administrators, these can be Thai or foreign citizens.
However, making a will, the next person cannot be present after a will as witnesses:
– minors
– people who are not mentally healthy, or incompetent
– deaf, dumb or blind people
– the beneficiary of the last will and the husband or wife of this person
These criteria work equally well with the administrators
It is recommended that you prepare a last will in both Thailand and the country of origin. It is advisable to think and plan these things regarding your assets and your legacy so that all things will be in order when you go into being. When you own a property in Thailand and sign the account and make the initial payment, the property will belong to you, and if you do not leave a will on it, the Thai state will decide if it will happen to your property.
If you are still wondering how to make a will, or you still have questions about the cost of making a will, do not hesitate to contact us, and our company J&E Concierge Pattaya will answer all your questions and the rest of the unknown things about last will.
Our company offers you an attorney in Pattaya or the rest of the regions for all services or needs of each one. Also, within our company you will find the help of the best social lawyers in Pattaya, they will guide and support you throughout the process
Regarding the prenuptial agreement in Thailand, we can say that it is a written contract, created by two people before they get married. The prenuptial agreement presents and specifies all the properties for the two persons they hold. and also the rights of each person on the respective properties following the marriage are specified
The prenuptial agreement is regulated by the Civil Code and the Commercial Code of Thailand and it is very important to ask a lawyer
Within our company, J&E Concierge Pattaya, an attorney in Pattaya but also for the rest of the regions will be closely involved in this process and will inform you about all the procedures necessary to establish this prenuptial agreement.
Following the Commercial Code and the Thai Civil Code, certain requirements must be met to finalize a prenuptial agreement:
– the contract must be in writing
– each party has the obligation to receive a separate legal counsel
– both sides must sign the Thai prenuptial agreement in the presence of two witnesses before the conclusion of the marriage
– the prenuptial agreement must be registered only in the local district, where both partners decide to conclude the marriage act
For the citizens, for the people who consider that they also need a social lawyer, we are at your disposal at any time, and all you have to do is contact us.
Also, we encountered some cases in which we were asked for the services of one criminal lawyer in Pattaya. They received our help as soon as they did ask for it.
You can benefit from the services of one criminal lawyer in Pattaya but not only
contacting us and telling us what you want and what your needs are. We will listen to you and we will be available to you at any time when you ask for our help

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  1. ThailandLover August 11, 2019 at 9:37 am - Reply

    I want to make a will for my assets in Thailand, so in the event of my sudden death my Thai common-law wife can legally inherit my assets in Thailand. Can anyone help me ?

    • Craig August 12, 2019 at 12:07 pm - Reply

      Since we don’t know where you are located can’t give specific advice

    • J&E Concierge August 12, 2019 at 1:54 pm - Reply

      Fell free to get in touch with us as soon as you can. We will discuss about that and we will help you do your last will. Thank you

  2. J&E Concierge July 7, 2019 at 10:35 am - Reply

    Hello Michael, please feel free to get in touch with us, we will help you with everything you may need. Thank you

    • Crab July 8, 2019 at 1:09 pm - Reply

      Any chance of having a sticky put on this one please?

  3. J&E Concierge July 3, 2019 at 11:05 am - Reply

    Hello there guys, our lawyers will help you do the last will. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Thank you

    • Michael July 6, 2019 at 1:31 pm - Reply

      A friend of ours has a problem how to be kept the money until his daughter will be 18. His daughter is from a Thai women, but our friend and the mother of the child are not married. Can somebody of you give a good advice how to solve this problem? Can our friend open a bank account which is “closed” until the child is 18?

      • Mick99 July 7, 2019 at 12:03 pm

        Could you not put the bike in her name now and make the accounts joint so she can get the money after your demise. going to see a british lawyer tomorrow about the same thing on soi 3rd road called british law, specialises in divorce will etc, funnily enough i am changing my will to take out thai GF, all going to World vet service.

  4. GarryTT July 1, 2019 at 10:28 am - Reply

    I am looking for a lawyer to do my will and last testament for my Thai assets and having my Thai G/F as the beneficiary, I do not want the Thai government to confiscate them. My Thai assets are only a motorcycle, bank account and an investment account at the same bank.

    • GoogleIT July 2, 2019 at 3:08 pm - Reply

      Hey, me too, i also need a lawyer who could help me do my last will. Thanks

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