Cohabiting

 Many couples are mistaken by thinking that if they don't marry there will be no financial consequences to their relationship.

This belief is completely wrong. Many laws in Israel have the same implications on this kinds of relationships, for example according to the Israeli inheritance law, when one of the partners will pass away, the other partner will be entitled to inherit half of the estate, even though they are not married, and in separation, in many cases property might be equally divided like it is divided between married couples.

Our office has dealt with complicated lawsuits regarding cohabiting and specializes in cohabiting agreements.

 

Our office specializes in divorce law suits in Israel, and provides its clients consultancy and the best legal support and strategy in the enduring divorce procedures in order to maximize our clients’ desired results.

 

Our office specializes in Israeli inheritance law and provides its clients consultation on inheritance matters and conflicts, starting from stargazing the best way to divide the estate and preparing wills, to serving requests for grant of probates and providing litigation services regarding inheritance conflicts and managing estates.      

 

Daniel Wigler is an expert in the Israeli family laws and divorce laws.
Adv. Daniel Wigler holds an LL.B Bachelors degree in law, and an LL.M Masters degrees in law, both from the University of Tel - Aviv, Israel.

Adv. Daniel Wigler is an experienced and skillful lawyer, who handles a large variety of legal cases on the matter of family law and inheritance law in the Israeli family courts and rabbinical courts.       

Adv. Daniel Wigler speaks Hebrew, English, French and Italian and gives legal services to foreign citizens around the world who has legal issues in Israel regarding marriage, divorce, alimony,custody, wills and inheritance and more.

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