LuckyG 6 Posted March 23 Share Posted March 23 10 years ago a Thai lawyer, that I can unfortunately not locate today, told me the following in an email: "If a Buddhist wedding ceremony takes place with photos to document it, then the Supreme Court has split the assets based on a “Life Partnership” arrangement. This was when there were wedding pictures and the couple was known as husband and wife but never registered the marriage. According to the Thai law, the Thai authorities will sometimes recognize a relationship as a “Life Partnership”, not a marriage, which can allow a partner to claim 50% of the assets derived during the relationship." Does anyone know of or have experience about this? and or, can anyone recommend a lawyer that can clarify this for me. Thanks, and PLEASE DO NOT leave “just your opinion” because it may sidetrack the discussion thread. “Experienced Only” need respond. Thanks!!! 1 Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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