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    Immigration to Israel

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    Immigration to the US

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    Immigration to the UK

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    Immigration to Canada

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    Spanish & Portuguese Citizenship

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    Israeli Real Estate & Property Law

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    Corporate and Commercial Law

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    Non-Profit Law

  • inheritance

    Israeli Inheritance

  • labor

    Israeli Labor Law

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WHY COHEN, DECKER, PEX & BROSH?

At Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh Law Offices, we 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

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Jamie Cohen

Mr. James S. Cohen, Esq., is a member of the Maryland and District of Columbia Bars in the US as well as the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 2012, and he is a founding partner of Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh.

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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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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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Alex Brosh

Mr. Alex Brosh is a member of the Israeli Bar Association and has a Bachelor of Laws from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya. He interned at Yehuda Raveh & Co. and later worked at Markovich, Chinio & Co. prior to joining Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh as a founding partner.

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Alex Brosh

Mr. Alex Brosh is a member of the Israeli Bar Association and has a Bachelor of Laws from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya. He interned at Yehuda Raveh & Co. and later worked at Markovich, Chinio & Co. prior to joining Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh as a founding partner.

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Recent Posts

Insolvency in Israel

By Nechama Ovadia | February 14, 2019

Insolvency in Israel is unfortunately a frequent process. The pace of economic life can often lead people to financial commitments that they fail to meet. According to Israeli law, a person caught in this situation may initiate bankruptcy / insolvency. Correctly completing insolvency proceedings in Israel will result in the discharge of the debt. In…

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Expiry of permanent residence in Israel

By Joshua Pex | February 14, 2019

Expiry of permanent residence in Israel – how and why can someone’s Israeli permanent residence status (Toshav Keva) be “cancelled“? Joshua Pex, an Israeli immigration lawyer, will explain how the status of a permanent resident in Israel can be lost. What can be done after the expiry permanent residence status in Israel? Cohen, Decker, Pex,…

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Aliyah after adoption – Israeli citizenship for Adoptee

By Michael Decker | February 9, 2019

Aliyah after adoption – Is a non-Jewish child adopted by an Aliyah-eligible family entitled to return to Israel? The Israeli law office of Cohen, Decker, Pex, Brosh specializes in Aliyah and immigration to Israel. In other articles we explained the rights to immigrate to Israel after de-facto adoption, as well as the possibility of Aliyah…

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Work Permits to Israel – How Long Does It Take

By Joshua Pex | February 8, 2019

This article addresses how long it takes for foreign expert workers to obtain B1 work permits to Israel. Timeline to Obtain Work Permits to Israel There are various timelines to obtain an Israel work permit for foreign expert workers.  It can range from six days to six months depending on the type of process one…

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Israeli Expert Work Permit vs. Negotiations

By Joshua Pex | February 8, 2019

This article addresses the Israeli expert work permit and when it is not needed for negotiations. Working without an Israeli Expert Work Permit There are serious penalties for individuals and companies who seek to work in Israel without the proper permits and work visas.  Foreign workers can face detention upon entry to Israel and even…

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Information on the Israel Buchris Committee

By Joshua Pex | February 8, 2019

This article addresses the Israel Buchris Committee and its meaning in relation to foreign expert work visas to Israel.  Sometimes our clients ask us about the Israeli government process that led to the regulations regarding approval of foreign workers to Israel. The critical decisions regarding foreign expert workers to Israel were made by the Israel…

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Three Month Expert Worker Permit to Israel

By Joshua Pex | February 8, 2019

This article addresses the three month expert worker permit to Israel.  While there are various durations of the B1 visa, a relatively recent introduction (as of 2015) is the Israeli 3 month expert work visa. The Three Month Expert Worker Permit to Israel In order to obtain this three month expert work permit, the foreign…

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Short Expert Worker Permit to Israel

By Joshua Pex | February 8, 2019

This article addresses a short expert worker permit to Israel, particularly for cases where the worker will be in the country for 90 days or less. Requirements for the Short Expert Worker Permit to Israel In order to apply for a short expert worker permit to Israel, the applying company must ensure that the foreign…

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B1 Permit for Negotiations in Israel

By Joshua Pex | February 8, 2019

This article addresses a B1 permit for negotiations in Israel.  When foreigners come to Israel to consult a business, even if the business is a foreign company operating in Israel, this foreigner must have a B1 permit.  This is true whether the person is coming to give a lecture, consult, make repairs to equipment or…

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Self-employed workers in Israel versus employees.

By Michael Decker | February 3, 2019

IS IT BETTER FOR A COMPANY TO WORK WITH EMPLOYEES OR CONTRACTORS? Are self-employed workers in Israel or paid employees a better choice? Which is the better choice under what circumstances for an organization that wishes to operate in Israel? There are positive and negative sides to both options. This article from the law firm…

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