Our team of Thai Lawyers and International Lawyers is dedicated to support our clients’ businesses in Thailand.
Our experienced Litigation Lawyers protect the right of our clients inside and outside of Court.
Juslaws & Consult International Law Firm is an innovative, independent international law firm, dealing almost exclusively with international clients, who seek legal advice to start business in Thailand. We support in areas including: business affairs, corporate matters, tax issues, risk management, structuring and restructuring of company entities suitable to different types of business, criminal and civil disputes, litigation or arbitration in the Kingdom of Thailand. You always can contact our team of lawyers in Bangkok and Phuket offices.
We are committed to our client’s success and therefore, every task we undertake is geared towards this achievement. For this reason, we provide our clients with effective and prompt responses to their primary legal concerns and we create a well-rounded team to work on their behalf. Our client service standards affirm our commitment to prioritize the needs of our clients and to ensure excellence in all that we do. We also maintain complete confidentiality in all records and remarks pertaining to the client’s matter. We strictly uphold the Attorney-Client relationship.
Our corporate lawyers notorious for providing a global, long-term plan to companies of all nationalities conducting business in Thailand.
In order to assist you with your application for BOI incentives in the most efficient and cost-saving way, we have prepared three packages which.
Juslaws Lawyers handle matters such as acquisition of property by foreigners, contract review of Sale’s and Purchase Agreements.
In order to know which concrete court has jurisdiction over a particular case, one has to consider each of the following three aspects.
Due to the large proportion of foreign clients at Juslaws & Consult, we have gained a vast wealth of experience and knowledge.
Employment law refers to the relationship between an employer and his employee, while labor law traditionally refers to the law of the trade or labor unions.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) refers to arbitration and mediation and other measures to settle a dispute outside the classical judicial system, i.e. without going to the state courts.