The Legal Significance of the Working Definition of Antisemitism
Talia Naamat, Justice Magazine, Summer 2020
Family Law and Trusts
Drafting pre-nuptials agreements, surrogacy agreements, divorce agreements. We also provide estate planning, including trustee services, drafting trust agreements, gifts, revocable and irrevocable trusts and foundations.
Wills, Inheritance and Succession
Drafting wills based on Israel law and coordinate with foreign counsel with respect to specific jurisdictions and advise clients on their international wills. We specialize in probating (foreign wills) in Israel and the administration of estates of deceased foreigners.
Real Estate Law
Sales & lease agreements, in Israel, the Netherlands and Italy.
Human Rights Law in Europe and Israel
Providing legal counsel for non-profit organizations in the field of human & civil rights law in Europe and in Israel, including discrimination, and religious rights.
Property and Art Restitution
Assisting in cases of property restitution and looted art from the Nazi era, specifically including artworks acquired between 1933 and 1945.
Naamat Law Office is dedicated to the effective representation of its clients' interests and providing advice and legal services at the highest levels.
We are passionate about providing consistently high-quality services, specifically tailored to our clients' ever-changing needs. We value your business and are here to expedite, facilitate, manage and move your interests forward to full fruition. Our firm cooperates with other experts in various fields - professors, researchers and lawyers - to provide you with cross-border and comprehensive legal services. The office works in close cooperation with Jacob Houdijk Law Offices, leading experts in Dutch law, particularly in real estate, gaining Dutch citizenship and establishing businesses in the Netherlands.
Jacob can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advocate Talia Naamat is a U.S. born attorney. She received her law degree in 2004 (L.LB, Bar Ilan University), and a master's degree in comparative religion with honours in 2015 (M.A., Tel Aviv University). Talia is a member of the Israel Bar Association since 2005. She specializes in public international law and has co-edited three legal compendiums in the field of comparative constitutional law and international human rights law. Talia also has a research position at the Kantor Center at Tel Aviv University.
In 2014, Talia received the Raoul Wallenberg Human Rights Award for her work on the "Legislating for Equality" series of legal text books.
Talia can be contacted at: email@example.com.