This article gives you helpful information on choosing a child abduction lawyer in Israel as well as links to articles on child abduction. Child Abduction from Israel Often, when people think of child abduction or kidnapping, they often have in mind a stranger who has taken their child.  However, this is not the most common…

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This article addresses child abduction law in Israel and its reliance on the Hague Convention. When Is There A Case of Child Abduction Child abduction most often happens when parents who are separating or divorced take their children to another country without the permission of their current or former spouse (or more specifically, the person…

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Spousal support (hereby: “alimony”) in Jewish law is known as “women’s alimony.” The obligation to pay alimony according to Jewish law applies only to the husband towards his wife, and not the other way around. In this article we will discuss the extent of the obligation, the various boundaries and causes to nullify it. The…

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This article addresses child kidnapping in Israel (either to Israel or from Israel).  Israel follows the stipulations set out by the Hague Convention on the matter.  What Counts as Child Kidnapping in Israel When most people think of child kidnapping, they often envision some sort of child predator. However, the most frequent form of child…

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This article addresses the topic of returning kidnapped children to Israel.  While many assume that child kidnappers are most frequently strangers, what is most often the case is that children are taken from the country by one parent without the consent of the second parent.  Laws on Returning Kidnapped Children to Israel As a signatory…

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This article addresses child abduction from another country to Israel.    Most Common Cases of Child Abduction to Israel When children are abducted from a country abroad to Israel, it is most often the case that one of the parents is Israeli.  Usually child abduction cases involve either removing or retaining children without the consent…

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There is currently no possibility to have a civil marriage in the State of Israel. After the establishment of the State, the directive from the days of the British Mandate was adopted, although part of it was replaced by Israeli law. Nevertheless, sections of the directive are still valid even today. Article 51 in the…

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This article addresses child abduction from Israel to a country abroad.  While many automatically think of child traffickers when they think of child abduction, the most common cases of child abduction involve a violation of parental custody of children when one parent removes or retains the children in a foreign country without the consent of…

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A guardian is a person who is appointed to take care of the various interests of an adult who is physically/mentally incapable to make decisions about his own affairs (hereby: “the protected individual”) or a minor, who up until age 18 must have a guardian (whether his parents or someone else). There are a number…

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Child support (hereby: “alimony”) is the obligation of the parents towards their minor children, and sometimes even their adult children. Parents can come to an agreement in regards to payment of alimony (within the framework of agreements, for example: “divorce”, “joint parenting”, “joint life”. In the event that they do not reach an agreement, the…

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