Expat Life Insurance in Thailand
At Compare Return we help expats protect their loved ones interests in the cause of unforeseen events. Compare Return specialize in helping expats prepare trust with beneficiaries to ensure a lump sum doesn’t up with minor and allowing relatives to have access to your children’s inheritance.
The majority of expats are not aware of the fact that any foreign testament that is in conflict with any provision in the Thai legal system causes the provision in the foreign will to become legally unenforceable because Thai law will take Precedence. We work with a leading law firm to effectively ensure expats interests are protected
How does life insurance work?
With term and permanent life insurance, you make premium payments so that in the event of your passing, your loved ones and beneficiaries will receive the death benefit proceeds from the policy. Term insurance is for a specific period of time whereas permanent is for life as long as the premiums are paid.
Do I need life insurance?
If you have anyone that depends on you financially or if you don’t want to leave your loved ones with burial costs or debt, then the answer is yes. And if you’re just starting out and want to lock in an affordable rate for when you have a family, different types of life insurance can help with that, too.