Hello, this is an interview with Barry Upton from the Pattaya Expats Club PEC.
After kelvin Bamfield CEO of Thai888 Law Company gave a 45 minute presentation on Wills Testaments and Probate Barry asked a few more questions.
Here is the interview. thai888 Law will testament thailand Pattaya 2017
A few highlights were that Kelvin said “just make a Will” you dont have to come and see us. But make sure you get it right and put everything together in a book.
Also that its not “Bad Luck” to not make a Will. Rather it is good luck as then you do not put the burden on others to do the Probate, as this demands a court appearance and is a lot of work for your friend or family.
Thai888 Law Company does all law issues in Thailand. However, Kelvin specialises in Probate cases as he is an English speaking Australian and people find him easy to talk to, especially if the person is outside of Thailand.
A grieving friend or relative finds great comfort in being able to ask questions and get answers in English. No disrespect to the Thai people as they do a great job once Thai888 Law sorts out the initial thai888 Law will testament thailand Pattaya 2017 inquiry.
I was absolutely distraught at the thought of having to deal with my fathers funeral in Thailand, And I only had one week to get things sorted as I had to return to UK and my work! I didn’t speak the language or know the law but Kelvin at thai888 law, was the most patient, kind and knowledgable person who speaks English as well as having the benefits of his working partner being Thai, proved to be the most effective team going. I cannot recommend their services highly enough. Carrie
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My USA attorney strongly wanted me to get a Thai will. I found Kelvin to be easy to talk with….and quite professional. After several letters between the two attorneys we had a workable will. What I knew was that I knew I was in good hands….and enjoyed the experience!
2017/04/05, Ray Woods
Thai888’s legal advice is coherent and consistent. Kelvin and Jeab cut thru the confusions that happen in a multilingual environment. My husband and I are very satisfied with their work for us. Having documents in both Thai and English is most advisable when dealing with the courts here.
2017/05/04, furzy mouse
I was buying a condo in central Pattaya. I used Thai 888, Kelvin and Jeab were really helpful, They helped me with opening bank accounts, checked everything over and handled the transaction for me. They have a legit office over in Jomtien and I was supplied with all the documents including an English transaction. It was money well spent.
2017/04/05, Darren O’Neill
I highly recommend Thai888 Law they have provided me with outstanding service over many years providing me with not only legal advice but also Visa and Business assistance.
2017/04/05, Bigfella Bigfella
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Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Thai888 Law Company and Allison Monkhouse Funeral Directors on the map of Phatthaya – Soon to be Andrews – stay tuned for up date news on change over.
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.
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.