Following Ivor's post about Isaan Lawyers, and Nomad's comment about Thai Widows, it occurred to us that we hadn't updated our current list of services. Broadly, these are as follows:- UK Passport renewals UK Oz and Schengen visas Wills for Farangs and Thais Help for Widows claiming pensions and access to late husbands estate Certifying Life Certificates Document Translations Essentially, Thai Widows & Expats is two old blokes who (in addition to 75+ years experience in the service industry) have 52 years combined experience of life in Thailand. We can usually find the answer to most Thai-related questions - if not, we can at least point you in the right direction. Just a quick comment on Wills. Isaan Lawyers video had some useful content and Sebastian has a wealth of experience. We would actually say that if anyone quotes more than 5,000 Baht for a straight-forward Will, step back and find another quote. Thai Widows supply a basic Living Will free of charge. Remember that that whilst the option of an Amphur Will is perfectly sound, it is ONLY worded in Thai and for most people on this forum that means that you have no idea what you are signing. One last important fact regarding Wills......... marriage invalidates a Will. Anyone who made a Will, say, covering assets in the UK that you wish to bequeath to kids, and subsequently marries in Thailand - that Will is invalid. Dying intestate means that ALL assets pass (usually) to a wife, and that may not be what you wanted. We have seen this happen on more than one occasion.