Based on the provisions of the Fifth Book (BOOK V) of the Civil and Commercial Code (Civil and Commercial Code), religious, historical and cultural values, as well as the Constitution of the Kingdom.

           Betrothal. The wedding ceremony in the Thai traditional style involves a ritual of Buddhist monks, uttering the mantra for a happy future for the hoop. Registration takes place at the District Office of Civil Registration. It is customary to make an offer confirmation of intentions (a ring or other jewelry), dowry and gifts, but the procedure is not provided for by law. A man or woman may marry upon reaching 17 years of age. Those who wish to marry to 20 years require the consent of parents, guardians or court decision. Newlyweds should not be blood relatives and persons of the same sex and have no mental limitations who are not in a marriage. Help is available from the Consular Section of the Embassy in Bangkok you if you are a non-resident.

Marriage contract. Delineation of the rights to personal and joint assets, the statement behaviors responsible for the deviation from the terms of compensation, guarantees and other relationships of spouses, are the source of such contracts. Planning future joint life and financial situation protects the rights of the parties in the event of a divorce, but destroys the romantic mood.

           LOKART INTERNATIONAL lawyers always anticipate disputes. Availability of assets from non-resident in his home country immediately raises the question of financial security.

           Divorce. The divorce rate in Thailand is quite low. Divorce procedure in Thailand has negative consequences for the female half. Socially it turned out that his wife is Thai marital relationship with her husband until his death and in case of divorce is no longer looking for marital relations.

           Legally, marriage ceases at the death of one spouse, upon registration of divorce by a court decision. In practice there are two forms of termination of the relationship as mutual consent and judicial decision. The fact of termination of the relationship by mutual consent fixed in the registration office. The court dispute arises when the unilateral desire to dissolve the marriage. Thai law has a number of grounds for termination of the relationship, such as adultery, serious criminal offenses, separation over a year, the lack of family support, incurable mental disorders more than three years, a dangerous disease or disability.

           Ownership of husband and wife. Ownership and disposition of the joint property governed by the law under Chapter IV (Chapter IV), Book V (Book V) of the Civil and Commercial Code of Thailand. Parties shall be guided by the legislation, if the spouses are not signed a marriage contract. The marriage contract is recorded in the wedding day. Marital property is divided into Sin Suan Tua (the obtaining before marriage) and Sin Somros (jointly acquired property). During the divorce, Sin Somros divided into equal parts, as well as debt.

           In practice, there may be other forms of legal guarantees, and in each case they are individual.

           Lawyers of LOKART INTERNATIONAL will answer your questions and will bring clarity to the term of your marital relationship!