Hague Treaty Child Abduction Thailand Video

by admin on February 6, 2018

The Hague Treaty on Child Abduction is the international abduction treaty of international law that provides for uniform enforcement of child abduction laws between participating nations.

In 2013, Thailand officials enacted adopted many of the provisions of the international treaty to form their own domestic legislation known as the Thailand Child Abduction Act. As a result, an aggrieved parent or the relevant  government official in Thailand has a more direct method to apply for legal remedies under the Hague Convention within the Thailand legal system.

Under the Act, petitions can be submitted to the Thailand Central Authority. However, the person claiming must prove that the child’s “habitual residence” is the country where the child is being requested back to.

For serious cases requiring Thailand private investigators, entrust your investigation to a registered law firm. 

Chaninat & Leeds, a Bangkok based law firm further explains the international treaty in Thailand in the following video.

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