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Old 16-02-2012, 12:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Divorce in Thailand

I heard it was very easy to get a divorce in Thailand without hiring a lawyer or even going to a court. If anyone knows the process, please clue me in. Thanks
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Old 16-02-2012, 12:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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^If you're married to a Thai, I defer to those with Thai wives. I did, however, manage, as an American, to divorce my American wife in a Thai court in 1990. It was fantastic. Took one day, and a few bucks to the Thai lawyer. Wife never even showed up. As I had been married to her for nine years without kids, Judge granted me a divorce on the grounds that she had failed to produce a male heir. I figured if a Bangladeshi civil ceremony was good enough to get me into it, a Thai divorce was good enough to get me out. Divorce was legal under US law, and stood up when I retired as proof former wife wasn't eligible for any of my pension (married less than ten years - over ten, she would have gotten half of my pension for the rest of her life as long as she didn't remarry).
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I heard it was very easy to get a divorce in Thailand without hiring a lawyer or even going to a court. If anyone knows the process, please clue me in. Thanks
If you both agree, as I understand it, you both toddle off to the ampur, sign and are done.

If you both don't agree - well then thats when the fun starts.
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What better place Yes if married here to aThai pop down to the Amphoe with 100 baht ( a tip may speed it up) Of course this assumes no custody property wrangles. I guess if you are both farangs of same nationality your embassy may be an option ring'em Take original certificate
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What better place Yes if married here to aThai pop down to the Amphoe with 100 baht ( a tip may speed it up) Of course this assumes no custody property wrangles. I guess if you are both farangs of same nationality your embassy may be an option ring'em Take original certificate
Embassies don't do divorces. Or marriages. Or much else.
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pop down to the Amphoe with 100 baht
You was ripped off.
Took me 30 mins and 40 baht to get divorced








Oh wait a minute, it cost me a house as well
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Traditionally, you say "I divorce thee' three times while jumping up and down on one foot and clapping your hands and it's done.
No need for messy lawyers and what have you.
Then there's the 'bury them in the back yard' option.
Don't forget the lime.
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Embassies don't do divorces. Or marriages. Or much else.
strange, I went to a friends' marriage at the Brit embassy in Oman
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strange, I went to a friends' marriage at the Brit embassy in Oman
Strange indeed, as they have no legal authority to conduct such a ceremony. I guess it is possible that if your friend was a connected fellow, they might have allowed him to have his wedding conducted on Embassy grounds by someone with the power to do so.
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Embassies don't do divorces. Or marriages. Or much else.
I beg to differ. The British Embassy has a very good fleecing service.
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^Guess I stand corrected. US Embassy sure doesn't.
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^Guess I stand corrected. US Embassy sure doesn't.
Count yourself lucky then. The Brit embassy sheared me of a few thousand baht when I used their notary service during my divorce. They charged 2500 for this, then signed the court papers in the wrong place. I had to go back to get them to correct their mistake and they fleeced me for another 2500.


I am the sheep here getting fleeced ( and some ) by the notary.
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^Guess I stand corrected. US Embassy sure doesn't.
Count yourself lucky then. The Brit embassy sheared me of a few thousand baht when I used their notary service during my divorce. They charged 2500 for this, then signed the court papers in the wrong place. I had to go back to get them to correct their mistake and they fleeced me for another 2500.


I am the sheep here getting fleeced ( and some ) by the notary.
You misread my post. The US Embassy does not marry or divorce people. They do fleece you for every penny they can squeeze out of you for paperwork, notary services, etc related to either event - as well as birth, death, and anything else the bastards can think of.
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I am going to (try) and get divorced week after next week, I believe its easier for a non 0 (kids dependent) extension so I'm told by someone who has it.
No issue over me getting custody of the kids, the only potential problem is that we were married overseas and the issue of divorcing the ATM, we will see.
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The chap at the Amphur told it was 150B to get divorced.
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I am going to (try) and get divorced week after next week, I believe its easier for a non 0 (kids dependent) extension so I'm told by someone who has it. No issue over me getting custody of the kids, the only potential problem is that we were married overseas and the issue of divorcing the ATM, we will see. __________________
Peter may I ask if the wife is here or abroad? Single father you are going to be. Heaps of praise mate.
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Thank you all for your comments and advise.
No kids, no fight over property. She can have it all. I just want to take my ATM and leave. I'll even leave on a bus. Had enough.
I was told it was as some of you said, just go to the government building, pay 100 baht, sign and leave. Done deal.
One question. Is the divorce reconizied by the US government?
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Davis, was there a property settlement in your divorce? TIA
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This is one question I will enjoy never having to read up about or know the answer. It is sad to see that PP will just "Give it all to her". Man is that a hard pill to swallow and seems to be the path most farangs go. I am with Koojo.....lots of open land around here. You could report that she took off with another farang with a larger wallet and the police would believe it. In fact they would probably have sympathy for you and share some Ya dong with you.

While I suspect there are successful marriages here, I'll pass. I enjoy the "there is the door" option and I save on sinsot, paying for extended families, no fancy homes, my assets are protected and I can leave anytime and all she can do is complain

Best of luck.
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it means dissolution of a marriage by the judgment of a court on one of the 12 grounds for divorce as listed of the Civil and Commercial Code or by the Amphur (local municipality office) in Thailand upon a joint request and mutual consent by husband and wife. The Amphur or Amphoe is the district government administrative office (in Bangkok these offices are also called ‘Khet’). The district offices are responsible for marriage registrations and have the authority to again dissolve a marriage in case of a divorce on mutual consent
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it means dissolution of a marriage by the judgment of a court on one of the 12 grounds for divorce as listed of the Civil and Commercial Code or by the Amphur (local municipality office) in Thailand upon a joint request and mutual consent by husband and wife. The Amphur or Amphoe is the district government administrative office (in Bangkok these offices are also called ‘Khet’). The district offices are responsible for marriage registrations and have the authority to again dissolve a marriage in case of a divorce on mutual consent
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^Guess I stand corrected. US Embassy sure doesn't.
Plus Thai embassy"s do in most countries....
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