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P. Capital Markets, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Private Clients, Technology

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P. Banking & Finance, Corporate, Infrastructure, Private Clients

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P. Antitrust, Litigation, Private Clients

Private client law is by definition personal.

In many cases in Israel it contains an international dimension as well. These two facets – “personal” and “international” – run through much of what we do: the desire to provide a truly personal, customized level of client service with the international “worldview” that has always been at the heart of the firm.

 

Consequently, we are well-suited for any kind of private client work; for high-net-worth individuals, their families, trustees and guardians, whether they live in Israel or abroad.

 

We bring expertise in real estate, tax planning, formation of trust companies, and resolution of family succession disputes. Typically, we advise on how to protect and transfer family wealth, how to structure family holdings, and how to prepare wills and pre-nuptial agreements.

News and updates - Private Clients:


April 8, 2018

Law Reducing the Use of Cash

The Knesset recently approved the Law for the Reduction in the Use of Cash. This law imposes bans and restrictions on the making and receiving of payments using cash and checks at the sums therein prescribed.

February 15, 2018

Tax Authority Defines Rent Earned from Leasing 10 Apartments or more as Business Income

The Israel Tax Authority (ITA) recently published a draft circular for public comment on the issue of classifying residential rent income. The ITA states that, according to its reasoning, income from the leasing of 10 or more apartments should be deemed business income.

August 13, 2017

The New Fair Rent Law – What Do You Need to Know?

In July 2017, the Fair Rent Law was enacted, an initiative of MPs Stav Shaffir and Roy Folkman. The main objectives of the New Law are to regulate the relationship between tenants and landlords and to define the minimum conditions for an apartment to be deemed “fit for dwelling.”

Private Clients

Private client law is by definition personal.

In many cases in Israel it contains an international dimension as well. These two facets – “personal” and “international” – run through much of what we do: the desire to provide a truly personal, customized level of client service with the international “worldview” that has always been at the heart of the firm.

 

Consequently, we are well-suited for any kind of private client work; for high-net-worth individuals, their families, trustees and guardians, whether they live in Israel or abroad.

 

We bring expertise in real estate, tax planning, formation of trust companies, and resolution of family succession disputes. Typically, we advise on how to protect and transfer family wealth, how to structure family holdings, and how to prepare wills and pre-nuptial agreements.

Key partner

P. Capital Markets, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Private Clients, Technology

Key partner

P. Banking & Finance, Corporate, Infrastructure, Private Clients

Key partner

P. Antitrust, Litigation, Private Clients

News and updates - Private Clients:


April 8, 2018

Law Reducing the Use of Cash

The Knesset recently approved the Law for the Reduction in the Use of Cash. This law imposes bans and restrictions on the making and receiving of payments using cash and checks at the sums therein prescribed.

February 15, 2018

Tax Authority Defines Rent Earned from Leasing 10 Apartments or more as Business Income

The Israel Tax Authority (ITA) recently published a draft circular for public comment on the issue of classifying residential rent income. The ITA states that, according to its reasoning, income from the leasing of 10 or more apartments should be deemed business income.

August 13, 2017

The New Fair Rent Law – What Do You Need to Know?

In July 2017, the Fair Rent Law was enacted, an initiative of MPs Stav Shaffir and Roy Folkman. The main objectives of the New Law are to regulate the relationship between tenants and landlords and to define the minimum conditions for an apartment to be deemed “fit for dwelling.”

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