Bangkok Lawyers

If you are looking at starting a business in Thailand then speak to any of our solicitors in Bangkok or at any of our branches in Thailand. Be it a BOI company, company registration, work permit applications or any other legal issue that you might have or need an answer to – call us now.

Bangkok Law Office
Interchange 21 Building,
399 Sukhumvit Road, North Klongtoey,
Wattana, Bangkok 10110

Phuket Law Office
Moo 5, Bangtao Place
T. Cherngtalay, A. Thalang,
Phuket 83110, Thailand

Pattaya Law Office
Moo 10 Nongprue,
Banglamung, Chonburi 20150

Chiang Mai Law Office
Curve Mall,
215/2 Chang Klan Road,
Muang, Chiang Mai 50100

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Child custody in Thailand

Child Custody in Thailand

Child custody in Thailand can be a complex issue, particularly for foreigners unfamiliar with the legal system. This article provides a basic overview of Thai child custody laws and considerations. Key Concepts: Parental Power: Thai law uses the term “parental power” instead of “custody.” It refers to the legal right and responsibility to care for a child, including decisions about

Child Support in Thailand

Child Support in Thailand

Child Support in Thailand. In Thailand, both biological parents are legally obligated to financially support their children until they reach the age of 20. This applies whether the parents are married, divorced, or separated. Let’s delve into how child support is determined and enforced in Thailand. Reaching an Agreement The ideal scenario involves parents reaching a written agreement on child

US-Thailand Treaty of Amity

US-Thailand Treaty of Amity

US-Thailand Treaty of Amity. A historic contract that promotes bilateral economic and trade relations between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Thailand is the US-Thailand Treaty of Amity. This treaty, which was signed on May 29, 1966, was a major turning point in diplomatic ties and still influences bilateral relations today. The main goal of the Treaty

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