Cost of getting divorced


Thailand Divorce

Since it appears that I MUST be represented by an attorney because a divorce of this kind requires a judicial court, I would be interested in a cost estimate and a general idea of how this process will work.

We offer service for divorce in different categories. Cost would start at 90,000 THB and would depend on the complexity of the case. We advice for you to speak and discuss with our family lawyer for you to know your options. See the full details of divorce litigation in Thailand.

 

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12 Comments

  1. February 17, 2018
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    I am a filipina
    I am married to a thai national . We married in thailand. I want a divorce. How will it cost? Thanks

    • June 5, 2018

      Since Divorce is not yet recognized in The Philippines, your Thai husband must initiate the divorce and process it in Thailand.
      You can send an email to our consultant at info@siam-legal.com

  2. Cez Monterey
    May 12, 2017
    Reply

    Hi
    I have been separated for 9 years with my Ex Filipino husband. He got a new wife with kids while I was working abroad. I am now based in Thailand and last 2014, I met an American guy in the church and we fell for each other. We have been in a relationship for a year now, And he told me that he wanted to marry me in the US. Can I divorce my ex husband in Thailand and get married in the US? Please advise. Thank you.

    • May 16, 2017

      No, you cannot file divorce because you and your previous partner are both Filipinos. You must return to the Philippines and file for annulment. You may get in touch with the Philippine embassy regarding this.

  3. Shaun Moodley
    July 12, 2016
    Reply

    My WIFE and I decided to get divorced, its a mutual agreement, we married for 14 years and decided to get divorced due to many many differences now.

    We live in South Africa together. can we get divorced at the Thai embassy.

    help really appreciated.

  4. Darren Buchanan
    December 5, 2015
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    I married a girl living in Thailand in April. I live in Australia and she in Thailand. We have never lived together, and now I want a divorce.

    • December 17, 2015

      You will need to seek legal assistance from a lawyer who has the experience and expertise on your concern. If you want us to refer you to someone, please leave your contact details and we will try to get back to you soon.

  5. Deepti Bagga
    September 29, 2015
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    Hi, i am Deepti i am an indian and live in india. My husband is Thai and live in Thailand. we are not living together since for 5years, so, please help me out how can i get divorce and how much time it takes and what is the cost? and any online service for getting divorce.

    • September 30, 2015

      You will need to consult with a lawyer who specializes in the field of family law in Thailand. We will refer you to a reliable attorney for further assistance.

  6. david ledger
    July 3, 2015
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    i live in thailand ,i got married about 4/6 years ,we have not lived together over 3 years i want to end marrage but do not know were is lives , not seen her for over 3 years what can i do

    • July 6, 2015

      Hi David!

      We advise that you talk to someone who specializes in the area of family law in Thailand.

      Our lawyers have years of experience in this field. If you want to consult with us regarding your concern, you may send us an email at info@siam-legal.com, or you may also provide us with your contact details (email and phone number) and we will refer you to our Family Lawyer for further advise.