Thai will Pattaya Last Will Pattaya Testament Pattaya

An important legal document for the settlement of your succession is a Will or a testament. Therefore, it is essential to draft the Will well, ensuring it is complete and free of ambiguity. In Thailand, you must be at least 15 years old to make a Will.

Thinking pragmatically about one’s death is always difficult. However, it can make all the difference to those you leave behind, in what is already a stressful time. Nothing is worse than family disputes caused by the lack of a comprehensive, practically applicable, and most importantly of all, clearly laid out Thai last will and testament.

Even if you are young and in good health, it is always a good idea to plan what will happen to your estate in the event of your death. Our expert legal team can help you create a Thai will that ensures your loved ones are taken care of when you are no longer around.


Last Will Pattaya & Testament Pattaya Testament

To ensure maximum protection for your family, you must prepare a last will & testament in both Thailand and your home country. One of the most common problems that the families of a deceased person encounter is overlooking key financial assets in the preparation of the will. When you consider your Thai will, always remember that property in Thailand will hold value as soon as you sign the contract and make the initial payment, even if you have never lived in the property. It is important to recognize that these often confusing aspects can have serious legal implications for those left behind after your death if you have property in Pattaya. To ensure your family is fully covered by your Thai will, contact our staff for expert advice and support.

Many things can happen to your property in Thailand if you are not aware of your legal rights. The entire process can become a tangled web and, at times, very costly if you do not take certain precautions early on. Minimizing risk and securing your investment are major concerns in any property acquisition. This is even more important when you purchase properties outside of your own jurisdiction where communication can also serve as a severe impediment to your objectives. A valid Thai will eliminate much of the risk. Seeking some professional advice from a trusted professional that looks out for your interest and understands your needs is always wise.


Thai will Pattaya Last Will Pattaya Testament Pattaya

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    Our legal team can provide you with everything you need to ensure you get what you want from your Thai Will, which will document all the assets you hold in Pattaya, such as property, bank accounts, vehicles any other and personal items. If you hold this in addition to a will drafted in your home country you will then be able to offer maximum security for your family.

    When a foreign national dies in Thailand, a government officer typically tracks down their will by contacting their family or lawyer. If you only have a will drafted in your home country, this could prove difficult and stressful for your family, as all related documents would need to be translated, notarised and approved by a government body. With your separate Thai will in place, a simply phone call to one of our expert lawyers will be enough. We will direct all relevant parties to your separate, clear and comprehensive Thai will, minimising the burden on your family and ensuring your assets only benefit those who matter to you.


    If you or your family member happen to die in Pattaya Thailand without a will, Thai law (CCC Article 1629) requires that financial assets must be disrupted in a prescribed order of priority:

    • Descendants (children, adopted children or grandchildren)
    • Parents
    • Brothers and sisters
    • Half brothers and sisters
    • Grandparents
    • Uncles and aunts
    • If the deceased person is married, Thai law also requires that half the estate (known in Thai as Sin Somros) must pass to their spouse before any of his or her assets can be distributed to family members.


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