Last Will Udon Thani
A Last Will is a legal document which lays out what you want to happen to your assets and property after your death. A Last Will typically outlines your intentions for the followings:
- Designating the recipient(s) and distribution of your property within the limits of the law.
- Detailing instructions on what happens to your body after death (organ donation, funeral arrangements, cremation, etc).
- Designating who is responsible for carrying out your wishes (allocation of bequests, appointing one or more executor(s) for your Last Will, etc).
- Assigning a guardian to your children.
Who can make a Last Will ?
For your Last Will to be valid, you must be sane. Otherwise, your family members, business partners, or practically anyone can contest your Last Will in court. Also, in Thailand, the Thai Commercial and Civil Code says that you must be at least 15 years old to make a Last Will.
For your Last Will to be valid, you must have the legal capacity to dispose of your property.
You are entitled to a single Last Will, which applies only to you. A Last Will cannot be applied to more than one person at the time. You are always be able to change your Last Will, as it should reflect your wishes and intentions.
When deciding on a Last Will and Testament, you should take the time and opportunity to consult with a lawyer, so you can have the peace of mind that after you have left this life, your final wishes are carried out and your loved ones do not have to worry about how your possessions are to be disposed.
From Udon Thani, we can make you a Last Will easily. Just write to us, and we will tell you what documents are needed. We provide this service also anywhere in Thailand.