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Family & Succession​

If you and your partner want to register a marriage in Thailand, Alpha Legal has a professional lawyer who can assist and take care of your marriage registration in Thailand.

Marriage in Thailand is legally recognized all over the world. Register the marriage in Thailand between Foreigner and a Thai or Foreigner and Foreigner is not complicated. more

A prenuptial agreement is an agreement which marrying couples can enter into to settle the handling of their properties obtained both before and during their marriage.

Prenuptial agreements also can help you to make a financial planning during your marriage, including which property is considered to be marital property or personal property. more

Our Lawyer is specialized in Family Law for more than 15 years. We are certified Thai Family lawyers. We have experience in handling divorce cases of over 200 cases. It is essential to understand what type of divorce will be appropriate for your situation. Our lawyer can advise on the best option for you, considering your situation, place of registering the marriage, nationality, etc. more

A divorce agreement or settlement agreement in Thailand is a contract between spouses that sets out the terms of their divorce. The agreement may cover a wide range of topics from the financial settlement, division of marital property, child custody, child support, visitation right, alimony, and actions to be conducted after divorce. more

Child Custody in Thailand is one of the most sensitive issues comparative to other legal matters the handling of Child Custody matter requiring an experienced lawyer, one whom you can place trust in providing the entirety of facts of the case for case analysis and appropriate advice, which suits the specific needs of the case with the Child’s welfare at utmost priority. more

Succession is a way of acquisition whereby a person’s assets, including their rights and duties, are passed onto his or her heirs, devisees, or legatees following their death. In Thailand, there are two types of succession: testate and intestate. more