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Misconceptions About Prenuptial Agreement

Misconceptions about prenuptial agreement can make people drop the idea of having a prenup in place.  It is significant that you do not base your decision on some wrong information. Here are some of the common misconceptions and learn that a lawyer can help you create a prenuptial agreement that will give you peace of mind. PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS ARE JUST FOR THE WEALTHY Although it is true that prenups are more likely sought by wealthy people, it is not true that they are the only ones who need it.  This can also be extremely helpful to everyone in any financial

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5 Real Estate Investing Mistakes to Avoid

5 REAL ESTATE INVESTING MISTAKES TO AVOID FAILURE TO PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE Performing property due diligence means thoroughly scrutinizing and evaluating a potential real estate investment.  It serves to confirm all material facts and legal parameters surrounding the sale or acquisition of a potential investment. Some investors tend to disregard this important buying process and do not realize that failure to conduct due diligence usually results in terrible consequences. Some cases results to serious financial and legal distress on the part of the buyer.  If problems, risks and liabilities are not discovered and identified in advance, the seller might evade any

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Last Will and Testament Myths and Misconceptions

Here are some common Last Will and Testament Myths and Misconceptions: I don’t need a Will because I am legally married, so all my assets will automatically go to my spouse when I pass away. This is not necessarily the case. In Thailand, when a person dies without a Last Will and Testament, the intestate’s assets are then distributed according to the law.  There are six classes of statutory heirs in Thailand, which entitles each class to inherit in the following order: Descendants Parents Brothers and Sisters of full blood Brothers and Sisters of half blood Grandfathers and Grandmothers Uncles and Aunts

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5 Common Divorce Misconceptions

There are a lot of common misconceptions about divorce.  Experiences of divorced couples may not necessarily be the same as your case as every situation is different. Misinformation can lead you to trouble so better be sure to get all the correct informations about the legalities, rights, and obligations before signing any agreements concerning divorce. Here are a few misconceptions that should clear up some points of confusion about divorce: All divorce cases require both parties to appear in court proceedings Not all divorce cases are brought to the court and many couples are able to reach out-of-court settlement. There

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Mobile Oxygen Concentrator Donation Supporting Local Hospitals

The representatives of Magna Carta Group Company, and Ramkhamhaeng Chonburi Alumni Association traveled to Chonburi Hospital and Banglamung Hospital in Chonburi for medical materials donation on 25 and26 May 2021 respectively. 4 mobile oxygen concentrators were delivered to the hospitals in order to support and help the patients during the pandemic of Covid-19.

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Legal Knowledge Dissemination for Inmates at Pattaya Remand Prison

Pattaya Lawyers Council by year from 2016-2019 when the former CEO of Magna Carta, Mr. Chalermwat Wimuktayon was the president, organized several projects legal knowledge dissemination to the inmates at Pattaya Remand Prison. The representative lawyers of Pattaya Lawyers Council joined the projects as the speakers to educate the inmates.

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Lawyer Awards at Guill Hall London

May 21, 2015, After the walk Sir Robert Milton Worcenster received an award of a silver plate presented by the CEO of Magna Carta Law Office Mr.Chalermwat Wimuktayon as a gesture from Thailand and to further strengthen relations between the UK and Thailand. The award ceremony was held at the Guild Hall London.

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MC Helps on Group Case for Waterfront buyers

July 24, 2018 – A press conference was held at Magna Carta law office, called by the buyers of the waterfront development. A judgment has already been announced regarding the case filed by the Pattaya Provincial Prosecutor in 2012 against the 7 defendants. The Supreme Court sentenced 5 defendants and dismissed 2 defendants. According to the Supreme Court, based on the Certificates of Utilization, covering land in the area of Bali Hi Port, four of the defendants had conducted thorough checks on the land information, however, preceded to measure the area without considering the correct boundaries. Furthermore, another defendant has

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