prenuptial agreement thailand

A Prenuptial Agreement Thailand is a document that spouses sign before entering a marriage. It’s also called an antenuptial or premarital contract. The opposite is a postnuptial contract. That latest document is a contract made between husband and wife after their marriage.

Prenuptial agreements provide a financial plan which can be managed through the course of marriage or upon the break-up of the marriage (example: divorce). It is very useful for people with substantial assets and properties and wish to control the division of the assets upon divorce.

Under Thai law  prenuptial and a postnuptial agreements are two types of agreements.  Both are made in relation of the assets between a husband and a wife but the prenuptial will be much stronger under Thai law than a postnuptial.

What is a prenuptial Agreement Thailand

A Thai prenuptial agreement is an agreement concerning of the assets between a husband and a wife.  You must follow Thai law in order to have a valid. Remember that the main purpose it protect your assets with this contract.

A valid and enforceable Thai prenuptial agreement requires by Law that:

  1. It needs to be in writing on the same date of marriage registration, or;
  2. It has to be a written agreement signed by both parties.
  3. Two witnesses are required.
  4. The agreement should be attached with the marriage certificate where the marriage is registered.

We can draft you a customized prenuptial agreement starting at 10,000 baht. This agreement will be draft by registered lawyers with experience in this field. It will reflect your personal situation. This price is normally half of what an international law firm asks.

Wherever you live in Thailand, we can do that for you. All the work can be done online. You will send us information and we will draft it for you. Once we both agree on the final draft, we will also explain you how to register it.

If you wish to meet our attorneys in person, it will be our pleasure.

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