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Old 08.04.2007, 15:43
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Divorce Procedures

Hi Everybody
I am new to this Forum and I am grateful for any help I can get from any member.
I currently live in Thailand and I am married under Swiss law, ie we registered the marriage in Switzerland but for several reasons never in Thailand. The first 5 years we lived in Switzerland where all our 4 children were born. In 1991 we moved to Thailand where our asset base grew substantially and once again for personal reasons most of the assets are held in my wife's name. We jointly decided 3 years ago to separate and we have been living under separated roofs jointly looking after the children. Unfortunately, my wife has refused to settle amicably and I am forced now to take legal action against her. Here in Thailand I am legally in a very weak position given that the law protects the Thai mother very much, that our marriage is not registered and finally that all the Thai assets and Offshore assets are in her name.
However, I believe that I have enough evidence to sue her in the criminal court for falisification of documents including the 4 Thai Passports of the children (she stated that they were born in Thailand) and a couple of other reasons. I do not want to do this necessary but since all our assets are with her and I have absolutely nothing in my hands I am forced to take some kind of legal action.
Thus I am wondering if anybody knows if I need to move to CH to initiate the divorce lawsuit and what are the procedures? Has anybody by any chance gone through such an experience before.
Once again, I look forward for guiding advise

best regards

MA
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