Attorney Oren Shabat possesses unique experience and extensive expertise in the area of Inheritance & Wills Law. He also practices Civil and Business law and Administrative and Public Procurement Law. In the field of Inheritance & Wills Law, AttorneyShabat has published a Law Book, which is quoted by Israeli Courts, including the Supreme Court of Israel.
The Law Firm of AttorneyShabat is located in the center of
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the town of Herzliya Pituach and services clients from all over Israel. Attorney Shabat focuses on providing consultation and court representation for challenging and complicated cases, as well as sensitive legal cases. The major success of AttorneyShabat is reflected in important Court precedents obtained in favor of his clients, as well as in reaching extraordinary and discrete out of Court settlements, involving complex legal disputes, to the upmost satisfaction of his clients.
The basic approach of AttorneyShabat is to always strive to obtain the best results for his Firm's clients, while using his wide range of skills, experience and professional knowledge. At the same time, he provides a courteous as well as fair and transparent representation for his clients, which in his view, are the essential ingredients for achieving complete success.
Among the clients of the Law Firm of AttorneyShabat are: commercial companies, private business clients, whether from Israel or from overseas. The Firm's overseas clients are mostly located in Europe, the United States and South America. Communication with our clients is conducted in English, Spanish, Italian or Hebrew, per the client's request.
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Mutual Wills Why are Mutual Wills different from ordinary wills?
What are Mutual Wills?
In accordance with Article 8A of the Israeli inheritance Act, mutual wills are wills that are drafted on a basis of reliance of one spouse on the other spouse. Such wills may be legally drafted whereby the legatee under the mutual wills is the other spouse or a third party, such as the spouses' children or other family relatives. It may be possible to draft mutual wills in one document or in two separate documents. However, when mutual wills are drafted in two separate documents, they must be drafted at the same time.
The uniqueness of Mutual Wills:
Mutual Wills are unique in the sense that they provide couples a channel to mutually and harmonically plan the bequeath of their Estate among themselves (or to others) following the passing away of one of the spouses, as well as after the passing away of both spouses – and to insert appropriate directives in their mutual wills to that effect. In mutual wills, unlike wills which are not mutual, both spouses may agree, that after the passing away of one spouse, the surviving spouse will not be allowed to revoke his mutual will and will be legally bound to its directives.
To whom are Mutual Wills suitable ?
Mutual wills serve as a channel for the bequeath of testators' Estate after their passing away, provided such testators fall within the definition of "Spouses" under the Israeli Inheritance Act. Mutual wills are essential, especially, for spouses in their second relationship with children born in the previous relationships. The uniqueness of Mutual Wills has dramatic consequences on the strategy of the family property bequeath to legatees. To learn more, pleaseclick here.
Notarized certificates what is a notarized certificate ?
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A notarized certificate is a certificate that a licensed Notary by the law, is authorized to provide, after he has been nominated by the Notaries Act and Regulations to practice as a Notary. According to Isreali Law, a Notary must (amongst other requirements set by the law), be a practicing Attorney for a period of no less than 10 years; his nomination needs to be approved by a Licensing Committee by the Mininstry of Justice.
What kind of notarized certificates can a Notary provide?
The Notaries Act enables Notaries to perform certain acts, among them: authentication of signatures (such as Powers of Attorney), certifications of translations of documents (such as the certification of translations of certificates issued by the Population Administration Body), certification of copies, taking of affidavits or declarations, approvals of Prenuptial Agreements among Spouses, etc.
Notarized certificates and translations
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