Law Firm and Notary Gross Appleman has been relying on more than 30 years of experience, operating from Tel Aviv and serving clients nationally and internationally.
The firm has four professional departments working both individually and independently, while maintaining a close synergy between them. Thanks to this, the firm provides the client with a legal and economic envelope that is tailored to his needs and goals.
The founders of the firm and senior partners, Adv. Oren Gross and Adv. Mariel Appelman, are personally and individually involved in each of the cases that lead to the firm’s opening. The professional handprint of Attorney Gross and Attorney Appleman is well present in customer service, in the broadest sense.
The Employment and Labor Law Department at the Gross Epelman Law Firm is a leader in its area and represents both employers and high ranking employees. We accompany a long list of public and private companies, corporations, high-tech companies, higher education institutions, factories, embassies, international delegations, insurance companies, investment and financial firms, workers’ committees, and more.
The Probate and Estate Department at the Gross Epelman Law Firm specializes in the administration of complex estates, including estates of owners of a varied mix of properties, international (multinational) estates, estates with multiple inheritance claimants, millionaire estates, etc.
Representation in white collar crime cases often bring suspects / defendants (who are normative persons) to meet for the first time the criminal law (and crimes involving imprisonment). This is a meeting point that can dramatically impact the life of the suspect / defendant, destroy his professional future and cause a collapse on a personal and social level.
The Gross Epelman Law Firm offers its clients a full range of notarial services. Advocate Mariel Epelman is a lawyer and notary who speaks English, Spanish and Hebrew at the mother tongue level. Notarial services in the firm include apostille, translations, powers of attorney, prenuptial agreements, wills, signature authentication (all with notarial approval), etc.