Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

Family and Inheritance Law

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Established: 2017
Line of Business: Family and Inheritance Law
Address: 14 Wissotzky St., Tel Aviv
Phone: 972-3-9744900
Fax: 972-3-97444920
Email: office@lp-lawoffice.co.il
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  • Sharon  Licht-Petran, Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

    Sharon Licht-Petran

    Lawyer, Founding and Managing Partner

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    Sharon Licht-Petran
  • Robert Licht-Petran, Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

    Robert Licht-Petran

    Lawyer, Founding and Managing Partner

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    Robert Licht-Petran
  • Gali  Erlich Keinan, Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

    Gali Erlich Keinan

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  • Yael Kind-Helled, Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

    Yael Kind-Helled

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  • Zuf Primer Etzion, Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

    Zuf Primer Etzion

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  • Rachel Rot-Katznelson, Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

    Rachel Rot-Katznelson

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  • Adva  Gabler Kanengiser, Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

    Adva Gabler Kanengiser

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  • Adi Adaddi Gido, Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

    Adi Adaddi Gido

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  • Mohar Bar, Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

    Mohar Bar

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About Licht Petran & Co, Law Office

Licht Petran & Co, Law Office is a leading boutique firm which practices family and inheritance law. The firm’s founders, Adv. Sharon Licht Petran and Adv. Robert Licht Petran, have more than 20 years of professional experience, and are amongst Israel’s leading lawyers in this Practice area.
The firm makes sure to maintain a high-quality and professional team which upholds its professional tradition and its unique spirit, which is focused on its essence as a firm of “people for people”.
The partners worked for years together with Adv. Yosef Mendelson. Recently, the firm split and it is currently managed by Adv. Sharon Licht Petran and Adv. Robert Licht Petran, both with an extensive experience in family and inheritance law. The firm includes 8 lawyers. Advocates Sharon Licht Petran and Robert Licht Petran are highly esteemed by their colleagues and the family and rabbinical courts, and have been providing first-class legal services for countless clients for many years.
The firm handles all topics of family and inheritance law, including child support, alimony, custody, visiting arrangements, marital reconciliation, divorce, immigration, child abduction, division of property, agreements, mediation, family torts, company valuations in family law, international disputes and many more, and its partners appear before the family courts, the rabbinical courts, the labor courts, the district courts and the Supreme Court.
The firm’s unique strengths are focused on its particular expertise in handling international issues (Adv. Robert Licht Petran even recently completed the admittance tests for the New York Bar Association), family torts, and principle matters concerning children, including parenting orders and grandparents rights. The firm handles large and complex cases in cooperation with large civil-law firms. The firm has international collaborations with local law firms in various countries, such as is various cases in the U.S., France, Belgium, England, South Africa and other countries. Adv. Sharon Licht Petran was recently appointed by the family court to conduct a legal investigation as an officer of a U.S. court and the firm handles numerous international cases including in the enforcement of foreign judgments.
Adv. Sharon Licht Petran, a certified mediator with 22 years of experience, is one of the leaders in the family and inheritance field in Israel, is a member of the professional committees of the Israeli Bar Association and a member of the its national family law forum. Adv. Robert Licht Petran, who started his career in the committee on the rights of the child and the Bar Ilan University, lectures on family law in Israeli Bar Association conferences and seminars and in the College of Management, and recently passed successfully the tests of the New York Bar Association.

Integrity, Fairness and Uncompromising Professionalism

The firm, which is renowned as a strategic, professional and collegial, set an ultimate goal of resolving disputes through respectful and respecting negotiations while taking the needs of all of the stakeholders into consideration and finding fair and creative solutions. The clients receive a personal and devoted service and the firm’s team attends to their needs throughout the entire period of representation, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The firm’s team applies uttermost sensitivity to its clients and provides a close, courthouse, sensitive, fair and familial treatment, while maintaining uncompromising professionalism. The firm is reputed for its high quality, fairness and professional integrity, that would do anything in order to reach an out-of-court agreement without resorting to court litigation. Nevertheless, where necessary, upon entry into the court, the firm fights fiercely to achieve its clients’ goals.
The firm provides first-class legal service with full availability, 24/7, since its partners realize that lives are at stake. The firm understands that clients arrive to family lawyers at the most sensitive times of their lives, and therefore verifies that the firm’s partners and lawyers would be there for the clients around the clock, providing legal services with sensitivity, fairness and integrity.

Pro Bono

The firm’s partners represent in pro bono cases, and Adv. Robert Licht Petran also lectured in the “Schar Mitzva” project.

Publications

The firm, which is renowned as an authority in its field, often appears in the media, and selected publications include, inter alia:

  • Yediot Aharonot, The financial section – Health under Dispute.
  • Yediot Aharonot, The financial section – The Grandparents’ Rights Era.
  • Reshet Beit Economics Program – Ktuba
  • Just a Question, Israeli Broadcast Corporation – same-sex couples
  • Razi Barkai, Galei Zahal – Should a kiss be considered to be adultery.
  • 10+ Channel Dani Rup, Article in Nana 10 - The Grandparents’ Rights Era.
  • Calacalist – Women’s seven hells in the divorce proceeding.
  • Ynet – Grandparents suing their children in the courts.
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