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Roy Tirer, Advocate
Owner and Managing Partner
Einat Tirer, Advocate
Owner and Managing Partner
Attorney and Notary
Dedi (Yedidya) Mandel
Adv. Meital Danino
Adv. Meital Shabtay
CPA, and Jurist
Line of Business
Personal Status Law, Family Law, Inheritance and Estate Issues, Family Capital Management
Established in 1968
The Credo of Aharon Tirer – Sensitivity to clients and giving them full value for their money.” This is Advocate Tirer’s Credo in the field of personal status issues. More so, he adds “the Firm has always placed the “best interest of the children” first, sometimes even if the client had to be persuaded to realize their interests in a manner consistent with the best interest of the minors. In this sensitive field of personal status, we must protect the children and prevent them from being harmed as much as possible, while providing professional and practical legal counsel to the client.”
Legal Fields – Personal status law, divorce, family law, inheritance, and guardianship – these are the primary fields of the Firm. The skilled office staff handles divorce disputes, conflicts between heirs and family struggles over estates, business disputes between partners within the business and within family businesses, financial agreements, family mediation and complicated family arrangements, while finding solutions to such conflicts and preventing them from happening in advance. The Firm also handles the most famous personal status issues in the country and the most difficult and complex divorce struggles, including precedents known to the Rabbinical Courts as well as the civil Family Affairs Courts, by common-law partners, publicly known individuals, as well claims regarding the application of the wiretapping law, child abduction and The Hague Convention, etc.
In the field of personal status, there are 10 advocates who handle all variations of family disputes – objections to a will, drafting a will, dealing with succession disputes, estate disputes between heirs, whether involving a struggle at a civil court or at a rabbinical court, and the distribution of an estate, including expertise in the management of proceedings in the high courts, both in the Rabbinical Grand Court and Magistrate’s Court and/or the District Court and/or the Supreme Court on various appeals that arise from the Family Courts.
Commercial Department – The Firm also has the requisite expertise in commercial and civil law, offering ongoing advice to commercial companies, construction developers involved in various real estate transactions, receiverships, liquidation of companies and providing services to those bodies in the Labor Court and the Execution Office. In addition, the department handles the representation of private individuals, and in various financial claims, provides ongoing advice to companies in the commercial business field, while also counseling real estate transactions, real estate combination transactions, consulting for contractors and construction projects, etc.
Litigation Department – Advocate Einat Tirer has for over 20 overseen court appearances, particularly involving investigations and discoveries. The department is involved in cases requiring a high degree of complexity and litigation, including the largest cases of divorce disputes.
The Claims Execution Department has extensive experience in collecting debts and extensive knowledge in execution proceedings and is equipped with up-to-date software that enables direct contact with the Execution Office, real-time decision-making, and foreclosures in magnetic media.
The Criminal Department counsels clients in all aspects of this field, including preliminary stages of police investigations and preventive follow-up to indictments, restraining orders and the like.
The Taxation Department provides an answer to the tax niche in the family law field. The former Head of Israel Income Tax heads the department.
Representative Offices Abroad – The Firm has several overseas branches in many locations around the world – Russia, United States, Western and Eastern Europe, Canada and more. These extensions enable cooperation and estate management, including coordination between courts abroad, a fact that gives excellent added value to estates with assets abroad, and when a combination of an overseas procedure (child abduction / Hague Convention, habeas corpus) is required.