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You are good parents no doubts

“No parent thinks, “I wonder what I can do today to undermine my children, subvert their effort, turn them off learning, and limit their achievement.”  Of course not. They think, “I would do anything, give anything, to make my children successful.” Yet many of the things they do boomerang. Their helpful judgments, their lessons, their motivating technics often send the wrong message.”   Dr. Carol S. Dweck (Mindset)   Too many good parents constantly blame themselves, especially when “accused”, for not being the exemplar parent. Too

When the lawyer acts as a judge

Practice of the law itself is not enough. Knowledge of the law (as much as one has) is not enough. Good sense is not enough either. What makes a lawyer a good lawyer, an outstanding professional, is a combination of all the above in addition to an endless passion for his (or her) work and mutual trust with the clients – nothing less will be enough to make a lawyer a good professional. We lawyers should never judge our clients, we must

The Emigration Issue and the Israeli Legal System

In Israel, emigration (“hagira” in Hebrew) is part of the family law court. “Hagira” cases, are among the most complicated, complex and sad cases. These decisions are very painful for the judges involved and no decision is made “quickly”. There is no way for both parents and children to be happily accommodated in these cases or for the court to find a solution where all sides involved can be satisfied. There is always someone who will be hurt and made to

Border Crossing with Minors

Preparation of exit and reentry travel permits for minors Traveling to foreign countries Border crossings The border crossings are known as “the entry gates of a state,” through which citizens, tourists, foreign workers and diplomats enter and leave, but not only those, since offenders and criminals also pass through the same gates, and criminal offenses are attempted: Acts of terrorism may occur, Criminals and / or debtors attempt to escape or flee from the country, “Child abduction” as defined in the Hague Convention, occurs Trafficking of transplant

Alimony In Israel 2018: How Much, When, Where, for whom and How to Claim it

The State of Israel and the Jewish law: The State of Israel is not a religious State nevertheless; marriage in Israel is still a “religious” issue. Most of the rules in this article are valid for couples married according to the Jewish religion (“K’a Dat Ve K’a Din”) and not for “mixed couples” as we will explain in this short article. The only marriage ceremonies that can be conducted in Israel that lead to the registration of the couple as married in the