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Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Why NOT to marry a Thai girl and live in Thailand?

Do not marry - no children...True for the feminist region - laws are clearly against you as a man.

Is a foreign wife really better if you decide to move to her country? Maybe yes, but this does not say, the law of her own country is helpful to you as a foreign man if the Thai girl turns out to be crap and is cheating you.

Recently, Thailand is doing everything to please the world ....with 'Women Rights' and new laws. Be careful. Some foreign men were trusting too much and lost everything, no difference to the Western world.

How is this possible? Love makes you blind, but seriously said, yes, legally seen it's much better in Thailand than in the Western feminist region, why to marry anyway?

Let us check about the present Thai legal situation:

There is no law in Thailand, which requires a foreign man to marry...and there is no law in Thailand, which might be useful to you if you are married to a Thai national.

Basically the same, why to marry a Thai woman, for what reason?

As a foreign man, you are able to buy your own condominium in Thailand if you bring enough money from abroad. You might sign up for a retirement visa, if you bring enough money from abroad...You might do this and that...but only IF you bring enough money from abroad...IF you bring money from abroad. And again, IF you bring enough money from abroad.....same is true in any developing nation. What counts, is the money you bring with you and not a marriage with a Thai girl.

However, to be together with a local Thai girl is OK while staying in Thailand in your own home. Nothing wrong with that. If she wants to stay with you, it's fine, and if she wants to leave, let her go...To marry? For what?

And what might happen, if you marry? And if the girl wants a divorce?

You are still on be better side:
The Thai law says clearly, what was yours before marriage regarding real estate (in case of foreigner a condominium, as foreigners cannot own land), will belong to you after divorce. Should you really be into marriage in Thailand, make sure, that your condominium is registered legally in your name BEFORE marriage.

About money, do not bring your assets into Thailand, keep your savings overseas and never give any money to the Thai girl and her relatives to register any property or business in her name.

You should be safe...It's not easy for a girl, and not even for a wife, to send you to the cleaners in Thailand in case of separation and divorce.

7 comments:

Jennifer said...

This article is a bit cynical but makes some very valid points. While I know many ex-pats happily married in Thailand, all foreigners should take precautions when considering this option. I currently live in Thailand, where I’m happy to say that many Western/Thai couples are very happy, but I’ve also met my share of down and out men and women who were taken for everything they had by their Thai spouses. It is important that foreigners are familiar with marriage law in Thailand before they marry. They should know what to expect as far as marriage laws concerning divorce procedures, property rights, and prenuptial agreements. Foreign spouses should also take time to get to know their Thai wives or husbands and try to determine if they will be expected to assume financial responsibility for their partners’ entire families once married. While some marriages can be blissful, others might be financially overwhelming, stressful, or even tragic. It is up to both partners to do their homework before getting married.

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Anonymous said...

Since Thai divorce law stipulates that what's yours before the marriage is yours after the marriage (with regards to property), is there a need to include properties before marriage in any pre-nuptial?

Anonymous said...

Never mind how many prenuptials you might take out in preparation for the high probability that your Thai wife will take you to the cleaners, she will still be able to work a way around it. I have lived in Thailand for five years, and I have seen it happen so many times that it has become impossible not to generalise. Sometimes it's years before they rip their husbands off, but more commonly months. The poor guys never see it coming.

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