Pre-Nuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreement is signed by the couple before they get married to protect the ownership of their assets in the unhappy event the marriage ends. Although marriage is an exciting phase of an individual’s life, there shouldn’t be any financial risks involved.

Reasons To Opt For A Pre-Nuptial Agreement

  • Acts as a proof of the ownership of the properties as both the claiming parties have them signed
  • Division and distribution of the property of the spouses can be easily undertaken
  • Extremely cost-efficient
  • Inclusion of inventory serves as a protection against debt incurred

Key Points about Prenup Agreement in Thailand

  • Contract between couples before they are married
  • It lists the property each person has along with the debts, if any
  • Specifies both parties property rights
  • States the couple’s wish on how to divide the assets in case the marriage is dissolved, either because of death or divorce

Who Needs the Agreement?

  • US Citizens
  • UK Citizens
  • EU Citizens
  • Australia Citizens
  • Thai Citizens

Process Involved in Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement

  • Authenticate signatures in a document
  • Certification of the parties’ identity in an agreement
  • Witness signature of both the parties in a document
  • Attest and certify certain documents
  • Administration of affirmations and oaths

Valid Pre-Nuptial Agreement

  • The contract can be prepared in Thai or any other language as long as;
  • The parties understand the content of the agreement
  • The clauses stated are not against morals or law
  • The agreement is signed in front of witnesses
  • Terms that are not in accordance with the principles of section 1533 and 1535 will be strictly considered against the law

Documents Required

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