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Buying Land and Freestanding Homes in Thailand
Personal,Properties and Real Estate,Regional Law,Thailand

Reading Time: 3 minutesBuying a condo, townhouse or apartment in Thailand is pretty straightforward for foreigners. In order to keep the real estate market moving, the government streamlined this process several years ago. Buying land or a freestanding home, on the other hand, is more complicated. It’s more complicated, particularly, because it’s not legal for foreigners to own […]

Company Formations in Thailand
Business,Business Advice,Regional Law,Thailand

Reading Time: 3 minutesThere are several different types of companies in Thailand that are legally recognized and each serves different needs, corporate structures, and functions. The kind of company you form depends on the ownership, stakeholders and location of the business taking place and profit being made. If you are looking at forming a company in Thailand, it […]

How To Be Proactive With Your Legal Team
Features,Hiring A Lawyer

Reading Time: 3 minutesYour legal team is in place to serve you. They want and need to help you with every legal matter your corporation encounters. Whether it’s company formation, tax issues, litigation or something you never even imagined facing. Lawyers often want and need a lot of information. While this might seem intrusive, you will be the […]

How to Prepare for a First Time Legal Consultation by Phone
Features,Hiring A Lawyer

Reading Time: 3 minutesHave you finally made an appointment to consult with a lawyer about that looming legal matter? Good for you. Many people don’t have much experience with legal professionals and are unsure how to prepare for that important first consultation. There are a few things you need to get organized before you get on the phone […]

Is it Time to Hire a Lawyer?
Features,Hiring A Lawyer

Reading Time: 3 minutesSometimes there are situations in life that spiral out of control. Sometimes, as much as you might like to, you can’t reach an agreement with another party. Sometimes you might need to employ the help of a skilled, trained attorney. It happens to all of us at some point. It might be a property judgement, […]

A Guide to Hiring a Lawyer in Thailand
Regional Law,Thailand

Reading Time: 3 minutesIf you have recently moved to Thailand, are setting up a company in the country or have other legal business there, you are likely thinking about hiring a lawyer in Thailand. It can be daunting to choose the right legal services provider from among the dozens of large firms and hundreds of smaller firms in […]

A Guide to Hiring a Lawyer in Singapore
Bankruptcy,Features,Hiring A Lawyer,Personal

Reading Time: 3 minutesAs in all professions, there are varying standards to legal services. Competency of a lawyer does not only rest on the years of experience but could also depend on the exposure that a practitioner has in the specific area or industry. Like definitions of “reasonable” efforts, what constitutes “diligent” legal service to a client? Who […]

What Expats Need to Know About Property Rental in Singapore
Immigration and Citizenship,Personal,Tenants and Landlords

Reading Time: 4 minutesMany expats look forward to moving to Singapore for it’s top-quality restaurants, international population and reputation as one of the cleanest and safest places in the world. While Singapore is known for it’s high quality of life, that quality comes with a price. The cost of living in this modern metropolis is notoriously high and […]

A Primer To Buying A Condo or Apartment in Thailand
Personal,Properties and Real Estate,Regional Law,Thailand

Reading Time: 3 minutesMany people dream of having a place to call their own in the bustling metropolis of Bangkok or one of the gorgeous Thai islands. It’s not hard to go through the purchasing process for a lovely Thai apartment, condo, duplex or townhouse. Just follow a few simple steps and your new keys could be in […]

Four Considerations Before Litigation: Sun Tzu’s Art of War
Criminal and Litigation,Personal

Reading Time: 4 minutesLitigation with its myriad outcomes closely resembles war. Many of us also hold on to a mistaken belief that our legal system always upholds justice – but on closer observation, we would realise that there are obstacles to winning a case, based purely on our sense of righteousness. Foolproof contracts may become void at the […]

Personal

What happens to property that is left out of a will (residuary property)?

Reading Time: 5 minutesWriting a will is vital to ensuring that a person’s property and assets are distributed according to his/her wishes upon death. However, there are times when specific property or assets may be inadvertently left out of one’s will. This may occur, for example, when the person making the will (the “testator”) had not specifically provided […]

Business

The Remuneration of Liquidators in Australia

Reading Time: 5 minutesIt is of little surprise that judicial consideration of the remuneration of liquidators remains a topic close to the hearts of all those in the insolvency industry, particularly at a time when the market is more competitive than ever. That the remuneration as well as costs and expenses must be “reasonable” is well established but […]

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