Ohad Dreifuss, Adv.

Ohad was born and raised in Haifa and married an olah from London. He earned his law degree from Tel Aviv University and practices in Tel Aviv.  After hearing how many olim struggle to navigate through legal processes in Israel, Ohad launched ‘My Lawyer in Israel’ to help olim enjoy smooth and simple legal experiences.  A licensed tax adviser and arbitrator, Ohad has extensive experience representing olim for real estate transactions and litigations, handling estate, inheritance, pension and insurance matters. He and his wife live in Givat Shmuel.

Eliezer Rosenblatt, Adv.

Eliezer is a seasoned attorney and entrepreneur living in Israel. Licensed both in Israel and New York, he founded Rosenblatt Law Office, where he advises companies and individuals in corporate and commercial matters as well as employment and real estate. Eliezer also volunteers his time as a moderator and contributor for the Ask an Israeli Lawyer group which provides free legal guidance and direction to individuals. Hailing from Canada, Eliezer made aliyah in 2007 and currently lives in Beit Shemesh.

Raphael Aderet, Adv.

Raphael made aliyah from the US in 2012 after completing a degree in diplomatic history and political science. He volunteered in the elite recon unit of Golani for 3 years before attending law school at Bar-Ilan University, where he also completed a master’s degree in public policy. Raphael is a licensed attorney who specializes in commercial and corporate law and works at Herzog, Fox & Neeman, Israel’s premier law firm, in Tel Aviv. He has volunteered with legal aid clinics in the past, including Tebeka and Schar Mitzvah, and has continued to help those navigating the dense Israeli bureaucracy. Raphael and his family live in Leshem.

Rinat Solimany, Adv.

Rinat was born in Israel and grew up in California. In 2007, she returned to Israel where she completed Law School and an LLM in Haifa University. Rinat worked at one of the leading law firms in the family law fields until she founded her law office in Tel Aviv. She was licensed in 2009 and has over a decade of experience in litigation in the civil and rabbinical tribunals.