Succession Law in Israel

Individualism and the Family

in Israel Studies Review
View More View Less
Restricted access

Succession law has faced enormous challenges in recent years, as changes in family structure have begun to emerge. The purpose of this article is to examine how Israeli succession law defines and shapes familial relations and the function of the different actors (legislature and courts) in this process. In addition, the article analyzes the tension between the free will of the property owner and familial obligations related to inheritance law. In doing so, it focuses on two legal rules: intestate succession rules, which reflect the role of the legislature in defining the family, and undue influence, which demonstrates the role of the courts in shaping familial structures.

Metrics

All Time Past Year Past 30 Days
Abstract Views 20 20 5
Full Text Views 4 4 0
PDF Downloads 5 5 0