Child Abduction in Thailand and the Hague Treaty Child Abduction Law

by Admin on February 6, 2018

In custody disputes between parents, one parent may leave Thailand, with their child to a different country, without the other parent’s consent. This is commonplace among couples with relatives outside of Thailand.

The Hague Convention on Child Abduction is an international treaty that allows for claims by parents who have had their child kidnapped. The Thailand Child Abduction Act is the domestic law that allows for an affected parent to administer his legal rights to have their child returned to their country of where they are living.

For more information watch the full video where Chaninat & Leeds discusses the Hague Convention on child abduction in Thailand and its implications in Thailand.

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