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Divorce FAQs

What are grounds for divorce in Thailand?

Grounds are legal reasons for divorce required by Thailand law in order to file a complaint for divorce in Thailand courts.  A court divorce action differs from consensual or uncontested divorces in that both parties in an uncontested divorce agree on all issues, whereas a court divorce is contested and the parties do not agree on the terms of the divorce   Also, court divorces in Thailand must be based on grounds for divorce. There are also jurisdictional requirements that differ between an uncontested administrative divorce and a court divorce that relate to the residency of the parties involved, the location where the marriage took place, and the location where the grounds for divorce supposedly occurred.

Under Thai Law, there are twelve grounds for divorce in the Kingdom of Thailand.



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