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August 3, 2021
On lasting power of attorney instead of a Turkish telenovela on Netflix
Lasting Power of Attorney
An article on ongoing power of attorney and its importance in preventing family disputes
May 18, 2021
Where there is a will, there are relatives – on notarized wills and dementia
Notarial wills and testaments
Parents usually want to make sure that certainly during their lives, but even after their demise, the relationship between their children will be a good and loving relationship, however wills and inheritances are one of the major causes of conflicts between family members. Writing a clear will and in a way that cannot be attacked […]
January 15, 2021
On Covid-19, legal capacity and lasting power of attorney
Lasting Power of Attorney
An article on the importance of the tool of lasting power of attorney, especially during the Covid-19 plague and a person's risk of becoming anesthetized and respirated, and all the damage that will be discovered when such person returns to normal life and may be avoided with this tool.
September 5, 2020
When Bank Leumi Discloses Confidential Banking Information, About Bank Abuse of the Elderly and on Ongoing Power of Attorney
Commercial, Banking and Financial
There is no denying that banking secrecy is one of the cornerstones of the banking system. After all, who would agree to deposit money with a bank, when there is a risk that the bank will reveal to others how much money the customer has? But does banking secrecy apply when the bank receives a […]
July 6, 2020
A Dirge for the Companies – In Every Generation they Rise up to Destroy Us
Intergenerational Law (Trusts, Estates, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Parenting)
If in the past it was customary to bury a man along together with animals and much property to support him in the afterlife, today this practice is less than acceptable. So why are businesses and companies sometimes buried, inadvertently, together with their owners? For example, a high-tech entrepreneur and a major shareholder in a […]
January 27, 2020
Lasting Power of Attorney – Not Just for the Third Age but also for Young Start-Up Entrepreneurs
Lasting Power of Attorney
An entrepreneur of a startup company which was represented by our firm had a serious illness which caused him to be hospitalized in a coma state for a long period of time, unable to manage the company, which came to a standstill because the entrepreneur was the key person in the company. This is a […]
October 7, 2019
Lasting Power of Attorney – Payments from the Hereafter or from this World
Intergenerational Law (Trusts, Estates, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Parenting)
Although inheritance may sometimes be some economic consolation, which is of course minimize compared to the huge personal pain, the heirs are often forced to deal with a cold reality in the most painful era, dealing with the deceased creditors or liabilities, neglection of which may result in debt collection, foreclosure, fines, interest and so […]
July 30, 2019
Lasting Power of Attorney– a Shield that Might Turn to a Double-Edged Sword
Intergenerational Law (Trusts, Estates, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Parenting)
An lasting power of attorney is an extremely important legal tool that enables an individual to ensure his life routine even when he is no longer competent, whether due to a disease, dementia, an accident or otherwise. A clear and simple formulation of preliminary instructions may prevent the need to move the Court in the […]
March 23, 2019
Lasting Power of Attorney–A Legal Guiding Light for a Foggy Day
Intergenerational Law (Trusts, Estates, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Parenting)
One of the fears that preoccupy many people is what will happen if, and when, one loses the ability to make decisions. Who would guide him through the fog? How can I ensure that my will be honored even when I am unable to express it anymore? The great uncertainty was settled by the Israeli […]
June 9, 2018
Do you trust me to take care of you and your heirs ?
Intergenerational Law (Trusts, Estates, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Parenting)
A person wants to ensure that he leaves his heirs assets after his demise. A will is always a possible solution, but how can one make sure that he may use the assets as long as he lives, but until the time of his death creditors will not be able to touch the assets if […]
October 10, 2017
Why was my bequest in the will disqualified? I just wanted to help!
Intergenerational Law (Trusts, Estates, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Parenting)
A person writes a will and wishes to bequeath the assets to his children.  Naturally, the children also help him prepare the will, drive him to the lawyer, maybe even stay in the room during the meeting to assist the parent, but discover years later that the bequest to them under the will is disqualified […]
September 2, 2015
The Benefits under Israeli Law of a Notarized Will on an Ordinary Will
Notarial Services
Israel’s inheritance law enable the making of a will in four different manners: a handwritten will, a will before witnesses, a will before a judge or a notary public or, in exceptional cases of impending death, also an oral will. Are there advantages to a notarized will? A will is the expression of the wishes […]
June 25, 2014
The importance of drafting a will by an attorney
Intergenerational Law (Trusts, Estates, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Parenting)
A will is a binding legal document that constitutes a kind of a “last personal letter” to the relatives and loved ones, in which the deceased expresses his wishes and last requests before his death. When the will does not meet the requirements of the law and is annulled for this reason, or if its […]