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Thai Inheritance and Succession Law

What happens when someone you know died in Thailand but is not a Thai national? Recently, many people came forward with this question: what would happen if their dad died in Thailand without having a Thai nationality? How would the property of the deceased person be divided among his legal heirs …

Notary Public Thailand

In most countries, Notary Public is a public officer licensed by the state to provide authentication of legal documents, affidavits, signatures, or a statement of the person under oath. Notary services are very important as they help create a guarantee on the authenticity of the document. However, in Thailand, there is no Notary Public. Instead, …

Transfer Taxes and Fees in Thailand

Taxes, corporate income tax, progressive income tax, and value-added tax or VAT are comparatively low in Thailand, which makes it attractive to foreign investors. They also apply to other key sectors but the main taxes are the corporate income tax at 20%, the progressive personal income tax at 0 – 35%, and value-added tax at …

Mortality is the most obvious of human reality but it is also the most overlooked. We all know we are going to pass this world sooner or later however, we seem to be all convinced that such passing will be much later rather than sooner. We try as much as we can to ignore the …

Employment Contract in Thailand

Many of us face employment problems with potential legal implications at some point in our careers. When faced with such difficulties, an employee may often make some mistakes, resulting in misunderstandings and bitterness toward the employer. This can both lead to a disadvantage for both parties. For employers, tales of badly handled disciplinary action or …