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Decker, Pex, Levi

  • מקרקעין ונדלן

    Israeli Real Estate & Property Law

  • דיני תאגידים

    Corporate and Commercial Law

  • עמותות ומלכרים

    Non-Profit Law

  • ירושה ועיזבון

    Israeli Inheritance

  • דיני עבודה

    Israeli Labor Law

  • ארנונה

    Arnona (Municipal Tax)

  • נוטריון

    Notary / Apostille

  • פשיטת רגל והוצאה לפועל

    Bankruptcy and Repossession

  • דיני מפשחה

    Family Law

  • אזרחות זרה

    Foreign Citizenship

  • דרכון הולנדי

    Dutch Passport

  • דרכון צרפתי

    French Passport

  • דרכון בולגרי

    Bulgarian Passport

  • דיני תעבורה

    Traffic Law

  • נזיקין

    Damages (Torts)

  • דרכון ליטאי

    Lithuanian Passport

  • דרכון פולני

    Polish Citizenship

  • Romanian Passport

  • Portuguese Passport

Why Choose Us?

Our offices firmly believe in taking an active role in changing our world for the better. We are consistent, patient, and professional, giving each new case the attention it deserves. An integral part of our services is to work closely with our clients so that they can make the right decisions with respect to their legal needs.

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Meet the Partners

Michael Decker

Mr. Michael Decker has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 2008. After working as a partner in Yehuda Raveh & Co. for nearly a decade, he founded his own firm and eventually merged to be part of Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh law offices as a founding partner.

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Joshua Pex

Mr. Joshua Pex has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 2009. He completed a Master of Laws (LL.M.) at Haifa University, and he worked at Yehuda Raveh & Co. for several years prior to joining Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh law offices as a founding partner.

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Irena Rosenberg

Advocate Irena Rosenberg is the head of our office’s Jerusalem branch. She specializes in immigration and administrative law.

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Anat Levi

Attorney and Mediator Anat Levi is a member of the Israeli Bar Association. Anat has LL.B from Netanya College, and LL.M from Bar Ilan University. Adv. Anat Levi received another bachelor's degree in special education, from which she graduated with honors.

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Recent Posts

Changing Objectives of an Amuta

By Joshua Pex | February 6, 2024

An amuta (plural amutot) is the most common form of nonprofit association in Israel. When registering with the Registrar of Amutot, an amuta must define and gain approval for each objective. The registered objectives define and dictate an amuta’s activities, and the amuta must perform only those activities that are within the framework of the…

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Can an NGO in Israel conduct business activity?

By Michael Decker | January 26, 2024

The existence of business activity in a Israeli NGO (“Amutah”) is permissible and even desirable as long as it complies with all legal requirements and considerations. In order to prevent confusion, the Registrar of Amutot published legal guidelines (in Hebrew) which give clear detail on regulations concerning Business activities of an NGO in Israel. In…

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Who is Eligible for an Austrian Passport? (✔️ Updated Guide for 2024)

By Jordan Levy-Bograd | January 3, 2024

Against the backdrop of a reform in Austrian citizenship law enacted in 2020, the population eligible for Austrian citizenship has significantly expanded. Consequently, there has been a noticeable increase in the number of people seeking Austrian citizenship. Who is eligible for an Austrian passport? How to obtain an Austrian passport? Who in the family is…

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Who Is Eligible for a German Passport? (✔️Updated Guide for 2024)

By Michael Decker | January 3, 2024

Recent changes in German citizenship law now make it easier for descendants of Holocaust survivors and victims, as well as those who fled Nazi persecution, to acquire German citizenship and a German passport. Who is eligible for a German passport? Is it easier today to obtain a German passport? Can children obtain German passports? Can…

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Who is Eligible for Austrian Citizenship? (✔️Updated Guide 2024)

By Michael Decker | January 2, 2024

In recent years, Austria has significantly eased the requirements for descendants of Nazi victims to obtain Austrian citizenship. These changes, along with the numerous benefits of holding Austrian-European citizenship, have led to a noticeable increase in the number of clients seeking Austrian an Austrian passport. What are the eligibility criteria for Austrian citizenship? Do children…

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Who Is Eligible for German Citizenship? (✔️ Updated Guide 2024)

By Michael Decker | January 2, 2024

The reform in German citizenship law allows many descendants of Jewish German citizens and victims of Nazi persecution to be eligible for German citizenship. What’s important to know about the expanded eligibility for German citizenship since August 2021? Do children and grandchildren of German citizens also qualify for German citizenship and a German passport? How…

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How to certify documents with an apostille stamp?

By Michael Decker | December 1, 2023

When submitting documents from Israel to a foreign country, or vice versa, it is necessary to stamp the documents with an Apostille stamp. All First World countries (except Canada) are members of the Apostille Convention, which allows documents to be submitted from one country to another relatively easily. But what happens when translated documents are…

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Who is entitled to a German passport?

By Michael Decker | December 1, 2023

In light of the recent changes to the German citizenship law, descendants of German Jews who were previously not entitled to a German passport may be eligible to obtain one. The obvious question is of course – who is eligible to a German citizenship and how do you prove eligibility? Descendants of those who lived…

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Who is entitled to Austrian citizenship?

By Michael Decker | November 29, 2023

Have you heard the recent updates regarding applying for Austrian citizenship or a German passport? Your great-grandmother or a different ancestor may have been Austrian, but you are not sure about your eligibility? Your Grandfather (or father) already applied for Austrian citizenship and was rejected decades ago, so you think you don’t stand a chance?…

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How to get a Portugal passport in 2024?

By Anat Levi | November 28, 2023

The last chance to get a Portugal passport in 2024 is still open. The Portuguese Parliament altered the process by which applicants receive citizenship, but until the citizenship law is officially changed, all chances are that an application can still be submitted according to the old conditions – receiving Portuguese citizenship based on proof of…

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