Prenuptial Agreement Drafting Prenup in Thailand
|Thailand Prenuptial Agreement|
Under the Thai Civil and Commercial Code, there are several requirements for making a Thailand prenuptial agreement:
- First, the contract must be in writing.
- Additionally, each party must receive separate legal counsel.
- Finally, the parties must sign the Thai prenuptial agreement in the presence of two witnesses prior to the marriage registration, and
- The Thai prenuptial agreement must be registered at the local district where the parties decide to register their marriage.
|Who needs a Prenuptial Agreement|
UK Citizens: Prenuptial Agreements are not recognized by law in the United Kingdom. However, some weight “may” be given by the court; it will nevertheless take the content of the agreement into account when reaching its decision. It is strongly recommended for British and UK Citizens to draft a Thailand prenuptial agreement for prior to marriage to Thai fiancé.
EU Citizens: Prenuptial agreements are generally upheld throughout continental Europe. For example, France, Germany and Belgium recognize premarital agreements that fall within the bounds of accepted contracts.
Australia Citizens: In Australia, prenuptial agreements may be made under the Family Law Act of 1975. The typical topics are covered and the usual restrictions apply.
Thai Citizens: Thailand prenuptial agreement is valid and enforceable under Thailand Law.
|Process in Drafting Prenuptial Agreement|
Once authorized to perform the duty, a Notarial Service Attorney may execute the following functions:
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