Lawyers in Thailand are licensed by the Lawyers Council of Thailand and are members of the Thai Bar Association. They are regulated by strict ethical standards and are required to pass a bar exam before they can practice law in Thailand.
Some common legal services in Thailand include:
- Business and corporate law – this includes advising on business formation, contracts, partnerships, corporate governance, and mergers and acquisitions.
- Immigration law – this includes advising on visas, work permits, residency, and citizenship.
- Family law – this includes advising on marriage, divorce, child custody, and adoption.
- Litigation and dispute resolution – this includes representing clients in court, arbitration, and mediation.
If you require legal services in Thailand, it is important to choose a reputable and experienced law firm or lawyer. You can find a list of licensed lawyers on the website of the Lawyers Council of Thailand. It is also recommended to ask for referrals from trusted sources, such as friends or colleagues who have had positive experiences with a particular lawyer or law firm.
Laws are constantly relevant to our lives from birth to death. It is something that as citizens of that country needs to be respected and follow for living peacefully in our socialization. If you need help from a lawyer or are needed to do a legal process, we have partners to help with your matters as follows.
|Translation (TH-EN) (Size A4)||500 baht/page|
|Testament (TH-EN)||15,000 baht|
|Contract (TH-EN)||15,000 baht|
|Notary Public||1,000 baht|
|Land / Condo transferring||15,000 baht
(Not include making a contract)
|Condo transferring||30,000 baht
(Include making a contract)
|English Interpreter||5,000 baht|
|Common fee notice||800 baht|
|Common fee suing case||18,000 baht
(ไม่รวมค่าเดินทาง ไม่รวมค่าธรรมเนียมศาลกรณีฟ้องเกิน 300,000 ต่อห้อง)