Drafting of ordinary and reciprocal wills, lasting power of attorney, obtaining an Inheritance Order or Probate Order and related proceedings issues of registration of inheritance and receipt of Orders on will and inheritance in Israel.
After the death of the testator, a request for the issuance of a Probate Order is submitted to the Office of the Registrar for Inheritance. Such a request is submitted by the heirs defined in the will itself. The Probate Order is essential to give effect to the will.
Within this framework, the Registrar of Inheritance reviews whether the will has been deposited and orders accordingly. A request for a Probate Order involves the payment of two fees.
In the event of the death of the testator and in the absence of a request for the issuance of the Probate Order within three months from the date of death, the registrar notifies of the existence of the will of the heirs specified in the text of the will.
The process of issuing a Probate Order involves submitting a written or online application and, in addition, requires an official publication that provides an opportunity to object to the Will Order.
In the event that the testator has not left behind a will, or the will does not indicate all the property of the deceased, a request also have to be made for the issuance of an Inheritance Order of the property of the deceased, in whole or in part, depending on the circumstances.
Submission of an application for a Probate Order or an Inheritance Order by a lawyer helps to avoid mistakes or delays and to prevent further dispute situations.
Our office specializes in family law, obtaining both Probate Orders and Inheritance Orders, which guarantees prompt and effective compliance with the testator's will.