Estate Planning for US Citizens Living in Israel  – All you need to know in 60 minutes

Date: Tuesday, May 30th

Time: 7 pm Israel, 12 noon eastern

Moving to Israel from the US brings with it a host of estate planning questions.

    • Do I need a will? Where does the will need to be written?
    • What country must Powers of Attorney be held in?
    • Should I set up a trust? How do I set up a trust for cross-border assets?
    • What if I live in Israel and I am receiving an inheritance from a US person?
    • How does one make the a cross border inheritance process as smooth as possible

Nardis Advisors welcomes Osher Felicia Haleli, an Israel-based US trust and estate lawyer, as we discuss your questions on estate planning for US people moving to Israel or other locations overseas.

Register below and we’ll see you there!

About Osher Felicia Haleli

Osher Felicia M. Haleli, Esquire has been practicing U.S. Estate Planning Law and Probate since 1996. My gosh has it really been 25 years?!

Attorney Haleli founded her U.S. estate planning firm in Israel in August, 2007. She practices U.S.-International estate planning and individual tax, U.S. probate (inheritances) and estate administration and tax and renunciation of U.S. citizenship (and relinquishment of U.S. green cards) and relocation to the U.S.

For four years prior to August, 2007, Attorney Haleli was the lead attorney in her own law firm, located in Wilmington, Delaware. There, she practiced Elder Law litigation involving lawsuits over Wills, Estates, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Living Wills; Estate Planning; Immigration Law; Family Law and small Civil litigation.

Before establishing her own law office in November, 2003, Attorney Haleli practiced law with firms in Delaware and Ohio in the same practice areas. She was also an assistant Deputy Attorney General of the State of Delaware’s Attorney General’s office.

Attorney Haleli is a graduate of the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, Ohio, Bar-Ilan University cum laude and Gymnasia Rechavia, as well as a veteran of the Nachal Unit of the IDF.

While living in Israel, Attorney Haleli has also worked for several nonprofit organizations, as she enjoys contributing to society. Having always enjoyed volunteering, Attorney Haleli has been active in more organizations than she can count. Feel free to contact her about additional opportunities.

Attorney Haleli maintains her law licenses in the states of Delaware and Ohio, as well as in several Federal jurisdictions. Attorney Haleli is registered as a foreign lawyer with the Israeli Bar Association.

About Norman Chait

Norman Chait is the Managing Principal of Nardis Advisors, an independent Registered Investment Advisor based in Scarsdale, NY, focused on building customized investment portfolios for a select group of individuals and families, especially for US citizens living overseas.

He has 28 years of experience in all aspects of the traditional and alternative investment universe.

Norman received an MBA from Columbia University in 1995 (beta gamma sigma), and a Law Degree from Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1988.

He served in the Judge Advocate General Division of the Israel Defense Force from1988-1993 and is a graduate of the Israel Defense Force Officer’s School.

Norman is a Chartered Financial Analyst and Member of the New York Society of Security Analysts. He is also a licensed Portfolio Manager in Israel under the auspices of the Israel Securities Authority.

Norman moved back t0 Israel in 2016, after spending 23 years in New York, and lives in Zichron Ya’akov.




Nardis Advisors LLC (“Nardis”) is a Registered Investment Advisory Firm regulated by the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission in accordance and compliance with applicable securities laws and regulations. Registration does not imply a certain level of skill or training. Nardis does not render or offer to render personalized investment advice through this medium. The information provided herein is for informational purposes only and does not constitute financial, investment or legal advice. Investment advice can only be rendered after delivery of the Firm’s disclosure statement (Form ADV Part 2) and execution of an investment advisory agreement between the client and Nardis.

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