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Navigating Requests in Israeli Divorce Proceedings (for Men) Comprehending the Array of Requests in Israeli Divorce Proceedings


Israeli divorce proceedings involve a spectrum of requests presented to the courts to address specific issues, known as motions, which hold a pivotal role in the litigation process. This article seeks to provide an overview of the various types of requests commonly encountered during Israeli divorce proceedings, offering insights to aid individuals in navigating this intricate legal journey.

Reconciliation (Shalom Bayit):

A motion frequently initiated is for reconciliation, termed Shalom Bayit. This directive encourages couples to explore reconciliation before proceeding with the divorce. The court may mandate the couple to seek guidance from professionals like social workers, psychologists, or specific Rabbis to facilitate the reconciliation process.

Use of a Car (or other asset) Order:

In instances where divorcing couples possess limited assets, a motion may be filed to secure the use of a car or other essential assets. This order ensures both parties can fulfill their responsibilities, such as work commitments or childcare, throughout the divorce process.

Stop Order (Tzav Eekoov):

A stop order, also known as Tzav Eekoov, restricts an individual from leaving the country during divorce proceedings. Subject to certain conditions, like providing financial security or resolving divorce-related matters, the court may grant permission for travel. 

Lien Order (Tzav Eekool):

A Lien Order, or Tzav Eekool, prohibits the transfer of specific assets, such as real estate, bank accounts, or brokerage accounts. This measure aims to preserve assets until the final resolution of asset division in the divorce process. 

Understanding the array of requests made in Israeli divorce proceedings is indispensable for individuals navigating this challenging process. Whether involving reconciliation, asset use, travel restrictions, or asset preservation, these court orders play a substantial role in achieving a fair and just outcome. Seeking legal counsel is advisable to effectively navigate the complexities of divorce proceedings.

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