Power of Attorney in Thailand

As a foreigner, there will be times when you need to delegate legal authority to someone else to act on your behalf in Thailand. This is where a Power of Attorney comes in handy. A POA has to conform to various formal and substantial requisites to be considered valid and enforceable in Thailand. It can […]

Notary Public in Thailand

In many legal matters, individuals need to authenticate and verify documents. These documents include affidavits, contracts, powers of attorney and others. Notaries play a vital role in various legal transactions and are essential for cross-border legal matters. Some documents cannot become binding or enforceable until they are notarized. Notaries may also witness the signatures of […]

Breach of Contract in Thailand

Contracts are essential to commercial success, but sometimes they break down due to unforeseen circumstances. Navigating breach of contract disputes in Thailand requires a careful blend of legal principles, negotiation strategies and cultural awareness. Most breach of contract cases resolve through informal methods like mediation or arbitration, facilitated by neutral third parties. However, if these […]

Personal Injury Claims in Thailand

A personal injury claim is a civil action seeking compensation for an accident or injury. Although a foreigner may file a personal injury case in Thailand by signing a power of attorney, it is usually necessary to physically appear at court hearings. Under Thai tort law, anyone who wilfully or negligently unlawfully injures another person’s […]

Medical Malpractice in Thailand

Medical Malpractice in Thailand occurs when healthcare professionals violate their duty to provide treatment aligned with accepted medical standards and practices. This can result in physical, emotional, or financial harm to patients. Victims may seek compensation from their medical providers for their injuries. However, award amounts are often lower than in Western countries. Patient Rights […]

Dispute Resolution in Thailand

Going to court can be an expensive and time-consuming process. It is also often an unsatisfactory result. Instead of litigation, alternative dispute resolution methods have become more common in Thailand. The most common of these are arbitration and conciliation. We have an experienced team that covers these areas, led by Waree Shinsirikul and Nathee Silacharoen. […]