How can I get a living Will?

Did you know that A Living Will is a very recent thing in Thailand? They were only recognized in 2007, by the Thailand National Health Care Act 2007. It gives the right to refuse treatment when the patient is terminal and incapable of communication.

Can I get a Joint Will for Me and My Spouse?

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.

Is an English Will Valid in Thailand?

Is an english will valid in Thailand?

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?’

Can A Foreigner Inherit Property in Thailand?

This is always a cause for debate within the expat community here in Thailand. Can A Foreigner inherit property in Thailand?

This is always a cause for debate within the expat community here in Thailand. Can A Foreigner inherit property in Thailand? Well, I am glad to say the answer is YES. But there are a few restrictions to it!

What happens when someone dies in Thailand?

What Happens When Someone Dies in Thailand

What happens when someone dies in Thailand? Well, in case of death of a person(Foreigner or Thailand citizen), within 24 hours of the death. The Thai Police should be informed and the body sent for examination.

What is a Last Will and Why Do I Need One

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What is A Last Will? The last will is a legal document whereby the testator can explain the distribution of his/her property or assets after his/her death.   Requirements of valid will: The testator and witnesses should attain legal age and cannot be minors. The testator and witnesses should be sound-minded. The testator should have […]