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In Thailand each spouse in a marriage has by default a legal right to any property of the other spouse acquired after marriage, called a marital right, at the dissolution of the marriage by divorce or death

The Thai Commercial and Civil Code does, however, enable couples to mutually agree on how property shall be divided at the dissolution of the marriage. This is done in a prenuptial agreement, which limits the rights of the partners to each other’s property when their marriage ends. It requires the mutual consent of both parties, which means neither spouse can make the agreement on his or her own.

Under Thai law, a prenuptial agreement must be submitted to the Registrar office at the time of marriage registration. 

Our team is glad to answer your questions regarding prenuptial agreements and is willing to assist you in drawing up a prenuptial agreement in Thailand.

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