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Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh Law offices is an Israeli law firm. Our main office is located in the city center of Petach Tikvah, one of the oldest cities in modern Israel. For clients’ convenience the firm also has remote offices' in the north (Afula) and the south (Har Amasa). The firm provides legal services on a wide range of issues including, but not limited to, Israeli real estate law, immigration law, commercial law, inheritance law, labor law, corporate law, laws regulating non for profit organizations, tax law, contract law and legal representation in the courts of Israel.

 

The firm was founded in 2012 by three partners with different areas of legal expertise, who work together for the benefit of the firm’s clients. The attorneys speak several languages to best assist clients’ needs. We at Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh Law Offices are committed to excellence while representing clients at reasonable costs.

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February 10, 2016

Israeli capital gains tax – when are you eligible for an exemption?​

Exemption from payment of Israeli Capital Gains Tax (Mas Shevach) In this article Cohen, Pex, Brosh – Israeli real estate lawyers, will explain when can one receive an exemption from paying Israeli Capital Gains Tax (called in Hebrew Mas Shevach) when selling apartments in light of the recent changes in legislation. Real Estate Lawyer in Israel – Advice about

May 14, 2014

Purchasing property in Israel by a foreign resident

Purchasing property in Israel by a foreign resident Israeli real estate and purchasing property in Israel provides a good opportunity for foreign buyers to make profitable investments for many reasons. Israel`s economic situation is relatively stable, providing an excellent perspective of enjoying the profits of the investment. Purchasing property in Israel by a foreigner can