A series of trimethylamine-thioborane adducts, Me(3)N·BH(2)SR (R = tBu [2a], nBu [2b], iPr [2c], Ph [2d], C(6)F(5) [2e]) have been prepared and characterized. Attempts to access secondary and primary amine adducts of thioboranes via amine-exchange reactions involving these species proved unsuccessful, with the thiolate moiety shown to be vulnerable to displacement by free amine. However, treatment of the arylthioboranes, [BH(2)-SPh](3) (9) and C(6)F(5)SBH(2)·SMe(2) (10) with Me(2)NH and iPr(2)NH successfully yielded the adducts Me(2)NH·BH(2)SR (R = Ph [11a], C(6)F(5) [12a]) and iPr(2)NH·BH(2)SR (R = Ph [11b], C(6)F(5) [12b]) in high yield. These adducts were also shown to be accessible via thermally induced hydrothiolation of the aminoboranes Me(2)N═BH(2), derived from the cyclic dimer [Me(2)N-BH(2)](2) (13), and iPr(2)N═BH(2) (14), respectively. Attempts to prepare the aliphatic thiolate substituted adducts R(2)NH·BH(2)SR' (R = Me, iPr; R' = tBu, nBu, iPr) via this method, however, proved unsuccessful, with the temperatures required to facilitate hydrothiolation also inducing thermal dehydrogenation of the amine-thioborane products to form aminothioboranes, R(2)N═BH(SR'). Thermal and catalytic dehydrogenation of the targeted amine-thioboranes, 11a/11b and 12a/12b were also investigated. Adducts 11b and 12b were cleanly dehydrogenated to yield iPr(2)N═BH(SPh) (22) and iPr(2)N═BH(SC(6)F(5)) (23), respectively, at 100 °C (18 h, toluene), with dehydrogenation also possible at 20 °C (42 h, toluene) with a 2 mol % loading of [Rh(μ-Cl)cod](2) in the case of the former species. Similar studies with adduct 11a evidenced a competitive elimination of H(2) and HSPh upon thermolysis, and other complex reactivity under catalytic conditions, whereas the fluorinated analogue 12a was found to be resistant to dehydrogenation.