Our client wanted to post this however did not have a Google account and so they have allowed me to post it here. Hello again Mr. Bamfield, It is my pleasure to hear from you again, and my honor to write a review for you. I am going to send you the review, in […]
Yes, Thai888 Law has 2 offices and one is for Wills, funerals and probate – and everything in between. Now we can offer a whole range of options and prices – also sea burials. Thai888 do not do pre planned payments for your future plans as there is no trust or Escrow in Thailand to […]
Trying to get some more news on this as it doesn’t seem to be gazetted yet. From Phuket gazzete on 27 March 2018, the Emergency Decree on Non-Thais’ Working Management (No.2) (2018) (“Decree No. 2”) was issued. Decree No. 2 amended Decree No. 1. Section 70 of Decree No. 1 (and the Act) provided […]
I did a presentation at the Pattaya City Expats Club on Sunday regarding Probate and the pitfalls. As soon as the video is available I will post it as there was some good facts in there and 4 case studies on what can go wrong with Wills and Probate. Thai888 Law is now a complete […]
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 […]
Today in the Pattaya Court number 7 Probate and the right to act as the Executor was granted to Mr Kelvin Bamfield from Thai888 Law Company Pattaya. Lawrie McLoughlin was on the Board of the Pattaya City Expats Club and passed away in April 2017. Anyone with a claim against the estate should contact email@example.com Thank […]
http://www.pattayadays.com/2017/02/visa-problems/ Be aware that for the first year you need to put 800,000 baht in the bank for 2 months – renewal after 12 months is 3 months. It is for living on and not investing or as a bond.
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 […]