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Not Married? Should your Thai Partner die intestate, then every family member, but you, will be entitled to a piece of your home, motorbike, and car.
Generally, there are two types of succession. One is through a Will and other through intestate succession.
If you have read any of our other blogs at ThaiWills.com, you would already know that having a will in place whilst living in Thailand is an important thing to do. Joint Wills… although they maybe useful, sometimes practical, but often not recommended. Read on to find out why.
You have decided to live here in Thailand. You have assets at home in the US, the UK or whichever other English-speaking country you call home. If you have done the right thing, you no doubt have a Will in that country to cover those assets. It’s written in English and, more importantly, you decided to include your assets that you have accumulated here in Thailand too. So, the question now becomes, ‘Is and English Will Valid in Thailand?’
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