Israeli Lawyer

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    All of us have had ups and downs in our marital relationships. However, we all realize that decisions about the relationship aren't ours alone to make. So what do you do if your spouse comes to you and wants a divorce? It really depends on what you want. Although you can't force somebody to stay married to you, you can control the manner in which you get divorced. How you approach the matter affects how much it will cost to get divorced, how much time it will take to get divorced, and the structure of your future relationship with your (then) ex-spouse and potentially even your future relationship with your children. Watch the video to learn more.

    If you'd like to learn more about getting divorced in Israel, then take a look at my educational website at israeldivorcelawyer.com/.

    If you have questions about getting divorced in Israel then pick up the phone and call me. I help people with the Israel based and Israel related legal family matters every day, and I can help you.

    I have offices located in Tel Aviv, Haifa, and Jerusalem. My U.S. phone number is (201) 696 - 3947, and my Israel phone number is (077) 200 - 8161. My email is jay.hait@orcheidin.co.il. My offices solve peoples' family law problems.

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    So you've gotten divorced and you have custody of your kids. Things seem to be working out well between you and your ex - visitation schedules are honored, alimony is paid as agreed, and both of you have moved forward towards the next chapter of your life. But then you meet somebody from the U.S. (or France or Canada or Australia) and you want to move there. Can you? What do you do with the kids?

    Although the law in Israel allows for a divorced custodial parent to move with the children to another country, it only allows for this to happen in certain very limited circumstances. Some of the things that the court will look at are familial ties in Israel and in that other country, economic status in Israel and in that other country, the reason for the requested move, etc.

    Of course it goes without saying that the move can only be made in conjunction with a court ruling.

    That court ruling (if granted) will change the terms of your divorce agreement or prior divorce judgement. It may change the amount of money that is transferred each month, and it always allows for amended and generally very broad visitation schedules. Watch the video to learn more.

    If you'd like to learn more about getting divorced in Israel, then take a look at my educational website at israeldivorcelawyer.com/.

    If you have questions about getting divorced in Israel then pick up the phone and call me. I help people with
    their Israel based and Israel related legal family matters every day, and I can help you.

    I have offices located in Tel Aviv, Haifa, and Jerusalem. My U.S. phone number is (201) 696 - 3947, and my Israel phone number is (077) 200 - 8161. My email is jay.hait@orcheidin.co.il.

    My offices solve peoples' family law problems, and we can solve yours too.

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    What topics have to be addressed by couples getting divorced in Israel? Israel is similar to other western countries in some ways, but different in others. In just about any western country, couples getting divorced have to work out the division of assets. In some countries there is an issue of post-divorce spousal support. Then there is the issue of children – who gets custody? What is visitation arrangement for the non-custodial parent? How are the kids going to be supported after the divorce? So what issues have to be addressed in Israel? Most of the issues are similar to what you would expect – division of assets, custody and visitation, child support. The two big differences are post-divorce spousal support – which generally doesn't exist in Israel, and the issue over the body of the divorce (the religious divorce if you will). Want to learn more?

    Watch the video and see…

    If you'd like to learn more about getting divorced in Israel, then take a look at my educational website at israeldivorcelawyer.com/.

    If you have questions about getting divorced in Israel then pick up the phone and call me. I help people with their Israel based and Israel related legal family matters every day, and I can help you.

    I have offices located in Tel Aviv, Haifa, and Jerusalem. My U.S. phone number is (201) 696 - 3947, and my Israel phone number is (077) 200 - 8161. My email is jay.hait@orcheidin.co.il.

    My offices solve peoples' family law problems, and we can solve yours too.

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    What happens when spouses of different religions want to get divorced in Israel? Although Israel is a modern, Western country in many ways -- including with regards to it's legal system for the most part - legal issues regarding personal status (marriage, divorce, burial) are done only in accordance with religious law. This means that Jews get married and divorced in Rabbinic courts, Muslims get married and divorced in Sharia courts, and Christians get married and divorced in one of the many Christian denomination courts. While this may not cause any significant LEGAL problems in the majority of cases, there is a significant minority of the population that cannot get divorced in the religious courts of any religion - i.e. spouse of differing religions, spouses of religions without religious courts in Israel (i.e. Hindu, Buddhist, etc.), and cases where one or both spouses have no official religion. Does this mean that these people can't get divorced in Israel? No. it just means that the procedure which they have to go through is different?

    Want to know more?

    Watch the video and see…

    If you'd like to learn more about getting divorced in Israel, then take a look at my educational website at israeldivorcelawyer.com/.

    If you have questions about getting divorced in Israel then pick up the phone and call me. I help people with their Israel based and Israel related legal family matters every day, and I can help you.

    I have offices located in Tel Aviv, Haifa, and Jerusalem. My U.S. phone number is (201) 696 - 3947, and my Israel phone number is (077) 200 - 8161. My email is jay.hait@orcheidin.co.il.

    My offices solve peoples' family law problems, and we can solve yours too.

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    What are the main issues covered in a divorce? Bet you think that alimony is one of them (among child support, custody, asset division, etc.) but in Israel you would be wrong. In Israel there is no obligation on your spouse to support you once the two of you are divorced. Does this mean that there are lots of people left destitute after they get divorced? Not really – because there is child support and assets are divided – BUT (and that’s a big but) you really have to know what you are getting into to be able to properly analyze the financial impact of getting divorced.

    Wanna hear more?

    Watch the video …

    If you'd like to learn more about getting divorced in Israel, then take a look at my educational website at israeldivorcelawyer.com/.

    If you have questions about getting divorced in Israel then pick up the phone and call me. I help people with their Israel based and Israel related legal family matters every day, and I can help you.

    I have offices located in Tel Aviv, Haifa, and Jerusalem. My U.S. phone number is (201) 696 - 3947, and my Israel phone number is (077) 200 - 8161. My email is jay.hait@orcheidin.co.il.

    My offices solve peoples' family law problems, and we can solve yours too.

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