Admitted in Israel. Member of the Israel Bar Association. Notary.
Advocate Tsuriel Boublil specializes in family law and has been practicing that area for more than 20 years. In the last 15 years he has been practicing family mediation as well. In addition to his legal career he is an experienced marriage counselor (about 30 years). An arbiter/ judge and arbitrator (in the Court of Financial Matters). A certified Rabbi of a community in Ramat Gan for over 30 years. Police investigator in the past, counsel to the Chief Rabbis and chairman of a state committee for the establishment of the Chief Rabbinate. He specializes in saving "lost cases," helping to release men and women denied a divorce in Israel as well as in other parts of the world, and unraveling entangled cases of child abduction. Heads an experienced legal team with a heightened sense of service and conscientiousness. Adv. Boublil is the founder of an international center for the release from marriage of Agunot and of women who are denied of the Jewish Get. He has handled cases of Agunot from abroad, even of couples who did not have an Israeli citizenship. An "out of the box thinker" who in some cases has gained father custody on boys and girls for his clients. His uniqueness is manifested in specialization in Jewish Law; relations with all tribunals out of Israel and with international organizations; offering a shoulder for clients mental wise and legal wise, while fulfilling their rights in the religious as well as civil law. Motto: Accompanying you along the journey of family life: A. Prior to marriage - how to make the right decisions about building a new family with the potential spouse, including the family aspects and the legal aspects. B. During marriage - handling crises, couple counseling, addressing professional help. C. Divorce - offering the right mental and legal preparation for the process of divorce, maximizing client's rights, enabling client to make a fresh start the day after.
Author of numerous essays and books on family law and Judaism, including: Divorce: Legal First Aid. Mador Spetsify (analysis of the struggle between Rabbinical courts and Family Courts).
The Ketubbah - the Jewish Marriage Contract (within the framework of the series Techumin). The Ideal Jew (A philosophic-legal treatise on the different views of Judaism). Judaism and Myself (discussions with youth on Judaism and Zionism).
Areas of Practice:
Divorce, Family and Matrimonial Law, Release of "Agunot", Child Abduction, Rabbinical Tribunals, Family Courts, Family Mediation, Wills and Probate, Inheritance Law, Estate Administration.