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Estate Administration

When an estate includes complex assets or assets that must be sold, as well as  when there are disputes surrounding an estate, the court may elect to appoint an Estate Administrator. The deceased may also elect to appoint a person of trust as estate administrator in his last will if he assumes that such appointment may help to ensure the will’s execution.

The Israeli lawyers of our Tel Aviv law firm are appointed as estate administrators. We have been bringing our various capacities into play for years in order to ensure that the last will of the deceased will be respected and that the heirs will have the estate fairly handled in their best interest.

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