The administrator of an estate is a person appointed by will or by order of the court. The administrator of the estate has the rights and duties that may be necessary for complying with the express or implied order in the will and for the general administration or distribution of the estate.
Under Thai inheritance laws legal foreign wills translated and authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are acceptable in Thai court.
The required documents:
- a. Certification of Marriage or Certificate of Divorce of the deceased, if ever married
- b. Birth Certificate if the administrator is a child of the deceased
- c. Identification card of the applicant and the deceased
- d. Death Certificate of the deceased or other proof of death issued by a competent authority
- e. Evidence relating to the estate of the deceased
- f. The list of the heirs
- g. If there is no will, a letter of mutual consent by the heirs entitled to the estate with a certified copy of the identification cards of such heirs
- h. If there is no will, the Death Certificate of any statutory heir entitled to the estate and who died before the deceased such as: father, mother, spouse, or child
- i. Certificate of name or surname change of the applicant, the deceased, or the heirs, if any
- j. Last Will, if any
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