Boaz Gork, Advocate

Family Law and Divorce Law Firm in Tel Aviv, Israel

Boaz Gork, Advocate

Museum Building
Berkovich 4

Tel Aviv 71700

Phone+972 (8) 926-8402
Fax +972 (8) 971-6547

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Law Firm Overview

Boaz Gork, Advocate, is a divorce and family law attorney with offices in Tel Aviv and Modiin.
Services include divorce in Israel, child abduction/Hague Convention, child custody and visitation, children’s rights, child support and maintenance, separation of property and equalization of family assets, alimony, domestic violence, settlements and financial agreements, legal separation, divorce mediation, and pre-nuptial agreements as well as the compiling and executing registration of wills.

Fluent in both English and Hebrew, Boaz Gork is well aware that the problems he deals with vary widely but all of them require great sensitivity, which he provides while consulting them.

We represent clients in both the Rabbinical and Family Courts in complex divorce and related issues. We educate our clients so they may make fully informed decisions about their options and the procedures. We have a great deal of experienced in escorting our clients through the entire complex processes and work to arrange an agreement designed to protect their interests.

Languages: Hebrew, English

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: Divorce Mediation; Representation in Family Courts; Representation in Rabbinical Courts; Child Abduction; Implementation of Hague Convention; Divorce Agreement; Marriage Contract; Physical Custody; Legal Custody; Sole Custody; Joint Custody; Representation in the Family Court; Child Support & Maintenance; Separation of Property; Divorce Negotiations & Setting out the Divorce; Drafting Property; Drafting and Compiling Wills & Executing their Registration; Children’s Rights.


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Articles Published by Boaz Gork, Advocate

 Child Abduction

Child abduction can be either a move from one country to another (“removal”) or if a child is kept in another country and is not returned (“wrongful retention”), for example at the end of a holiday or contact time.

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 Infidelity in Marriage – What Are the Consequences?

A marriage is monogamous by nature; in it lies the idea of commitment to one person throughout our lives.

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 Does the Adulterous Party Always Pay? - Israel

Who hasn’t taken sides in a story of adultery in a marriage? Adultery of a companion at work, a member of the family, a neighbor . The adulterous partner in a marriage is usually considered the “bad” one and the offended one the suffering party who has been done an evil which starts with a feeling of shame, feeling miserable and can reach a deep feeling for revenge and desire for vengeance, if possible “sweet vengeance.”

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 Seperation - Very often couples suffer a great deal, in the course of a marriage.

These become painful and hard experiences. In many cases women experience bad treatment at the hands of their husbands for a long time and want to dissolve the marriage but often the husband threatens that he’ll never give a divorce.

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Everybody is locked into a daily struggle to achieve freedom. For everyone the concept “freedom” has a different meaning. Even when we are free of physical bonds we are tied in emotional bonds, our consciences bind us.

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 Childrens Rights

The essential principle that passes like a golden thread in law, in judgments and in every occasion of child custody disputation, is the principle of "the good of the child". It is important to emphasize that it is not the good of the mother or the good of the father, these issues are irrelevant to the court in the matter of child custody. The court is only concerned with the good of the child.

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 Divorce in Isarel

While in most western countries the authority to judge matters relating to separation and Divorce is in the hands of the Family Court, in Israel there are two parallel instances who are authorized to judge issues involving divorce between a Jewish couple;

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 The Rabbinical Court – Different From What You Think

Many people are of the opinion that the Rabbinical Court is a dull and drab institution where the people there are caught up in antiquated chauvinistic, anachronistic ways of thinking. I believe that most of the community has a mistaken conception about the way the Rabbinical Court is conducted and about its place in our society.

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Adv. Boaz Gork discusses the various aspects of divorce in Israel: The Family Court, The Rabbinical Court, the divorce agreement, spousal rights, maintenance, child custody, division of assets and other important issues.

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Adv. Boaz Gork discusses children's rights in an Israeli divorce settlement; custody, abduction, The Hague Convention and all issues relating to the good of the child.

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