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Both I and my wife already have our seperate accounts at the Kasikorn Bank.

 

I want to open a joint account for us, to make life a bit easier for the survivor, accessing funds when one of us passes, and waiting for the wills to be actioned.

 

Does anyone have any experience?

 

 

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Yes I do. It is very easy to open a joint account if you both have single accounts. Just ask at the bank. Kari is very accommodating. Note you can only use 50% of the funds in a joint account for your annual retirement extension. 

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Should be no problem at all. I opened a joint account at Bangkok Bank ( already had an account there ) for exactly the same reasons as the OP.

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59 minutes ago, croftrobin said:

Both I and my wife already have our seperate accounts at the Kasikorn Bank.

 

I want to open a joint account for us, to make life a bit easier for the survivor, accessing funds when one of us passes, and waiting for the wills to be actioned.

 

Does anyone have any experience?

 

 

Open an either or account with survivor rights, not a plain joint account 

 

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1 hour ago, Mike Lister said:

Open an either or account with survivor rights, not a plain joint account 

 

I don't think this would work for some members who have a Thai GF and are separated from their Thai wife living here in Thailand, otherwise as ML stated that the most sensible way to go.

 

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