Why do you need Thai Legal Protection?

If you are like most people, you probably haven’t given much thought about how to protect yourself legally, especially when you travel or relocate to another country.  Rapid changes in the world today are increasingly impacting everyone, and the law is no exception.

 

Let’s face it, most of the time, people are creatures of reaction, not action. When a problem occurs, they deal with it. Rarely do they take preventative steps to head off that same problem.

 

Part of TLP’s mission goes beyond simply trying to help a member client after the problem has occurred. We see our mission also as to help educate our members in areas of concern to them so they can avoid legal problems all together. That is why we invite member clients to call us with any questions they have that pertains to the law so they can be better informed in protecting themselves and their families.

 

Legal issues can sneak up on you at any time and those expenses can catch you off guard. Thai Legal Protection is the best way to protect you from those expected and unexpected life events that can happen, especially when living abroad. Time is something we can't get back, so letting your TLP Legal professional handle those matters for you through a legal plan is worth it.

Live More, Worry Less.

 

Along the way, establish a relationship with a legal professional that understands your needs and issues. When you need your lawyer, you’ll be glad that you met them when you did as they can help and guide you through problems and issues such as:

 

​•​Marrying a foreigner

​•​International travel visa refusal

​•​Understanding what visa you need to stay in Thailand

​•​Applying for second citizenship for yourself or  your child

​•​Conflicts between family members

​•​Insurance refusing your claim

​•​What to do after a car accident

​•​Conflicts with your business partners

​•​Borrowing from a loan shark

​•​Unpaid credit card debt

​•​Foreclosure on my home

​•​Negotiating or entering into a contract

​•​Altercation and confrontation

​•​Being accused of a crime

​•​Getting injured at work

​•​Deciding to adopt a child

​•​Starting your own business

​•​Buying and selling your property

​•​Investing in a business or property

​•​Deciding to work or move overseas

​•​Someone owing you money and refusing to pay

 

...and many more legal life events.