I received a call last week from a woman asking about cremation costs in Thailand as her Uncle had died.
Being a very busy professional woman she need to arrange her life and work to make time to come to Thailand to make arrangements for her Uncle’s ashes to be carried back to EU.
This is of course possible with the right documents.
First, Thai888 arranged the Embassy to give us a letter of release. This can only be arranged after the Embassy has received from from the Niece 1 Power of Attorney (POA) in English and 1 POA in Thai, plus a signed copy of her Passport.
Next step is to take the ashes back to Pattaya for the Niece to take back to the EU.
At the same time Thai888 Law takes the documents to the Department of Foreign Affairs to have the Thai documents translated into English.
The Niece can then pack the ashes in her luggage and declare with Immigration and Customs that she is transporting items correctly.
Also we have arranged with the Police to get the personal property of the deceased back to the family.
Thai888 Law Company can arrange everything for you so do not waste time and money on thinking you can save a few baht here and there.
All docs are in Thai and so you will be at a great disadvantage. Book mark us as we do criminal civil consumer company family LAW 2018
Thai888 Law is grateful to have a link with one of the oldest expats club in Thailand.
Pattaya Expats Club has given us a link here http://pattayaexpatsclub.info/useful-links/member-discounts/
Thai888 Law are also offering full funeral and cremation services from one of their two offices in Jomtien. This is one office that can make a Living or Last Will, arrange a full funeral, get docs from embassies, police, morgue and hospitals. Letters of release, next of kin letters to the Embassy, notarisation and translations from the Department of Foreign Affairs, Apostille Docs, International Legalised Docs, repatriation of remains or ashes, apply for a Grant of Probate, Act as your Executor or Surrogate, sell assets in the estates and send money back overseas to the Beneficiaries.
This is all arranged and managed by Thai888 Law Company Thailand.
Thai and Australian English speaking staff.
5 star service
3 monks to bless our new office in Jomtien Pattaya.
This office of Thai888 Law Company is for civil, criminal, family, company Law. There are enough staff to meet your needs. Lawyers on hand to answer you questions and an Australian CEO to make sure the English is correct.
The original office just up the hallway will continue to be for Probate, Wills and Testaments, Living Wills, International Probate inheritance and Beneficiary legal issues.
Also, Allison Monkhouse Funeral Services. Thai888 Law works with the police, hospitals, morgue, autopsy, embassy, family, friends, beneficiaries and named Executors that want to resign. Thai888 Law offers Executor services for those family overseas that cannot travel to Thailand for Probate hearing or appointing the Executor and approving the Last Will and Testimony.
OK we still have office 10 in the View Talay 5D building and now we have the corner office 12 overlooking the pool area.
Office 10 is for Living Wills, Last Wills, Probate issues.
Office 12 is for all criminal, civil, consumer, family and company Law issues.
Our LED advertising sign is bright and many people read it.
As soon as the signs are up I will post pictures for you.
Pattaya City Expats Club will soon be moving to a new venue so watch this space. OK the space looks like the Holiday Inn, which is next door to the Amari Tavern by the Sea.
Pattaya Expats Club is firmly setup at the Mercure Hotel Pattaya and has weekly Sunday meetings.
I have spoken at both clubs and have enjoyed the feedback and new clients these talks have generated.
If you have a question please don’t hesitate to ask.
I deal mostly in international Probate and the rest of the team is dealing with local Thai Laws of a criminal, civil, family, company, consumer nature.
Whether you are gay, straight, lesbian, trans gender or common law partner, you need a Will.
Common Law is not recognised here and so you need to protect each other should something happen to either one of you.
If there is a valid Will in place then it would be difficult for it or the Beneficiaries to be contested. Without a Will then it would be difficult to prove you were entitled to any assets. You may even have to move from the place you shared with your partner.
Don’t be caught in this situation as it will add to your already grieving situation.
Email me to arrange a confidential meeting to see how we can protect your partner.
Don’t think – do it now.