Wills & Inheritance

Upon one's passing, his assets are inherited to his or her heirs. Inheritance in Israel may happen in one of two ways: (a) by a last will and testament; or (b) by the provisions of the Israeli Succession Law.

A will is the expression of a person’s wishes regarding his or her affairs upon their death. The Israeli Succession Law is contingent upon the existence of a will, i.e., a valid will prevails over the default rules of inheritance as determined by the Israeli Succession Law.


Hence, it is very important to have a will in place in order to verify your wishes are fulfilled after your passing. In many cases it is recommended to consider setting up a trust.

Our experience and skill in the fields of trusts, wills, and estates enables our firm to uniquely tailor a last will and testament to your individual needs.