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Rehabilitation and Legal Consultant Co, Ltd. was found by Mr. Sophon Chantrema (Former Chief Judge of the Central Tax Court) and Mr. Arnon Singsomboon on 3 April 1998 in Thailand.

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We can help you managing and fulfilling your requirements through our various practice areas.


We offer reliable legal services with reasonable price.


We provides quality legal advice and assistance combining technical skills and practical knowledge to deliver clear solution to complex issues.


We are committed to provide our clients with high quality legal services which match their requirements.


    Under the supervision of our advisers, Mr. Sophon Chantrema, former Chief Judge of the Central Tax Court and Mr.Pichai Techopitayakul former Chief Judge of the Bankruptcy Department in the Supreme Court together with Mr.Arnon Singsomboon the managing director, RALC aims to be the best legal consultant for both the private and public sector in Thailand.


    The principal objective of RALC is to offer reliable legal advice and services with a reasonable price. With staffs and legal professional who have considerable working experience in varieties practice areas, we provide expert legal advice for both Thai and foreign clients in many areas of Thai law, including but not limiting to, corporate and commercial law, notarial services, restructuring and workouts, project finance, real estate, litigation and dispute resolution.

    Consistent with this missions, the firm’s experienced professionals, legal assistants continuously work to understand the needs and provide solution in a timely, competent, and cost-effective manner.


    Among all practice areas we offer services, RALC has substantial experience dealing with business rehabilitation under the Bankruptcy Act and complex litigation cases especially for and against the Company which enters into Business Rehabilitation Process. We have represented clients, as the debtor or the creditor, of more than 50 companies. Many of the cases which we have represented the debtor were ordered by the Court to be entered into business rehabilitation process and achieved successful business rehabilitation under the Bankruptcy Act.