David Yadid, Law and Notary

Realization of rights for the elderly, holocaust survivors, foreign citizens and immigrants

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Established: 1994
Line of Business: Realization of rights for the elderly, holocaust survivors, foreign citizens and immigrants
Address: 22 Alenbi St., Tel Aviv
Phone: 972-3-5101158, 972-3-5101159 
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.yadidlaw.com
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  • David Yadid, David Yadid, Law and Notary

    David Yadid

    Adv. & Notary, Founder and Partner

    David Yadid, Law and Notary

  • Adam Yadid, David Yadid, Law and Notary

    Adam Yadid

    Adv. & Notary, Partner

    David Yadid, Law and Notary

Advocates

    Doron Atzmon Adv. & Notary
    Viacheslav Ponomarev Adv. & Notary
    Sarit Yadid Adv.
    Tal Asayas Adv.
    Tal Gitlin Adv. & Mediator
    David Chebach Adv.
    Yehonatan (Yoni) Yadid Adv. & Mediator
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About David Yadid, Law and Notary

David Yadid, Law and Notary was founded by Adv. David Yadid. Adv. Yadid has been working in the service of holocaust survivors for more than 35 years, and even initiated, in the 1980’s, the project of pensions for academics from the German national insurance. The firm specializes in receiving the entitlements of the elderly and holocaust survivors from national entities and government authorities, in Israel and abroad. The firm’s team of attorneys knows how to work and promote its clients’ best interests in foreign countries with great proficiency in the finer details of the local law, rules, and language.
Another main practice area of the firm is citizenship and immigration. The firm specializes in handling immigration matters and supporting its clients in their applications for Portuguese, Spanish, German, Austrian, Moroccan and Italian citizenships and applying for visas in Portugal, Spain, Cyprus and Greece.
The firm is considered to be a pioneer in the field of issuing Portuguese citizenships for Israeli citizens, and even consulted in 2015 to the Jewish community of Lisbon on its recommendations and suggestions concerning the criteria for citizenship for the Jews expelled from Spain and Portugal, for the reliefs which were eventually incorporated into the law.
A secondary practice area of the firm is corporate and labor law and execution. A significant share of the firm’s clients comprises returning clients, who were satisfied from the comprehensive services they received from it in previous proceedings.

A Firm with a Familial DNA

While the firm employs about 40 employees, over the years it meticulously maintained an intimate and familial DNA, as expressed in the close and friendly relationships between all of the employees and in caring for their welfare, while providing support in complex personal situations. The familial and intimate atmosphere amongst the firm’s lawyers and administrators matches its attitude towards its clients, who benefit from warm service and courteous attention with a listening ear and devoted and uncompromising handling, particularly for its elderly clients and their unique needs.

The Firm’s Team

Adv. and Notary David Yadid: The firm’s founder and owner, who has been practicing corporate, issuances and insurance law for decades, and formerly served as CEO of the insurance company Isram-Life (which later became “Eitan Insurance Co.” and was merged with Clal Insurance). As the son of a family that lost dozens of members in the holocaust, Adv. Yadid’s life goal is to work for achieving the entitlements of holocaust survivors, and he has been working vis-à-vis the governments of Germany and their countries of origin for this purpose. He has an LL.B., a B.A., Economics, Political Science and International Relations and an M.B.A., all from Tel Aviv University.
Adv. and Notary Doron Atzmon: serves as Head of Elderly Rights and Entitlement Protection. He has longstanding experience in representation in civil claims in all of the courts and an expertise in representing banks (represented Mizrahi Bank for 10 years), labor law, corporate law, bills law and real estate. In addition, he is certified by the Ministry of Justice to prepare lasting power of attorney (LPA). He has an LL.B. from Bar Ilan University.
Adv. and Notary Adam Yadid: Practices proceedings for receiving Spanish and Portuguese citizenships and he specializes in commercial litigation, investments in Portugal and Greece and handling marital status in Portugal and Spain. In addition, he is certified by the Ministry of Justice to prepare LPAs. Has an LL.B. and a B.A., Business Administration from the IDC Herzliya.
Adv. and Notary Viacheslav Ponomarev: Specializes in international commercial law and claims vis-à-vis the German national insurance and practices German and Austrian citizenship proceedings. Has an LL.B. (cum laude) and an LL.M., International Law from Moscow University, and an LL.M., International Commercial Law from Frankfurt University. He is fluent in Hebrew, German, Romanian, Russian and Ukrainian.
Adv. Sarit Yadid: Handles contractual claims, drafting wills, realizing holocaust survivors’ rights, guardianships, and LPAs. Graduated from the College of Management and is certified to prepare LPAs.
Adv. Tal Asayas: Handles execution and bankruptcies and thirdage rights. Certified to prepare LPAs. Has an LL.B. and a B.A., Business Administration with a Specialization in Marketing from IDC Herzliya.
Adv. and Mediator Tal Gitlin: Practices proceedings for receiving Spanish and Portuguese citizenships. Has an LL.B. from Tel Aviv University. Certified as a mediator and to prepare LPAs.
Adv. David Chebach: Served the government of Portugal for eight consecutive years during which he specialized in the proceedings of Portuguese Civil Registration, visas, citizenship proceedings and general consular matters. He handles Portuguese citizenship proceedings for Spain and Portugal expellees and investments in Portugal. He is fluent in Hebrew, Portuguese, Arabic, and English. He has an LL.B. from Bar Ilan University and interned in the firm. Certified to prepare LPAs.
Adv. and Mediator Yehonatan (Yoni) Yadid: Handles, inter alia, proceedings for Portuguese and Spanish citizenship and investments in Spain. Has an LL.B. from the Shearei Mishpat College and is fluent in Hebrew, Spanish and English. Certified as a mediator and to prepare LPAs.

Prominent Legal Achievements

The firm handled complex historic cases while aiming to achieve justice for its clients. Some of the firm’s prominent achievements and cases include the recognition of North Caucasus as holocaust, the rights of victims of Farhud in Iraq, recognition of the rights of the Jews of Morocco during WWII, recognition of the rights of holocaust survivors’ widows, forced laborers, and individual cases where the firm won substantial compensations for its clients, sometimes amounting to hundreds of thousands of NIS. The firm reached precedential achievements also in the foreign citizenship applications practice, and it is considered to be the first Israeli firm to have received a Portuguese citizenship for an Israeli resident under the reliefs for descendants of the expellees and the first Israeli firm to receive Portuguese citizenship for an Israeli minor.

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