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Archs-Torrella

Experts with long-standing experience behind them

Francisco Torrella Curto

Sant Andreu de la Barca (Barcelona), 2 March 1934.

Degree in law from the University of Granada in 1957 (years of study, 1952-1957). Member of the Barcelona Bar Association since 1962, membership number 6940.

Catalan Civil Law course at the “Càtedra Duran i Bas”. School of Law, University of Barcelona (1967).

Trusted advocate of the Swiss Consulate General in Barcelona since 1969.

Diploma from the Federico Roda Ventura School of Legal Practice in Catalan Civil Law (1973/74) and Marriage Law (1973/74). Diploma in the specialisation course for Legal Advisers and Secretaries of the Board of Directors of Public Limited Companies (1974). PhD studies in Law, School of Law, University of Barcelona (1974/75).

Collaborator in practise classes as part of the Chair in Civil Law (second chair). 1976/76 school year.

Has acted as an arbitrator before the Barcelona Court of Arbitration.

Languages: Catalan, Spanish and French.

Francesc Torrella Cabello

– Course on the new Urban Rentals Act (1995);

– Course on administrative procedure and contentious-administrative jurisdiction (1996);

– Course on the new Building Law (1999);

– Course on the new Civil Procedure Law (2000-2001);

– Course on Catalan inheritance law (2003).

– Course on advising Foundations and Associations (2011).

– MBA (2016-2018), Institute for Continuous Training, University of Barcelona and EAE-Business School.

Barcelona, 5 March 1962.

Degree in law, University of Barcelona (1985). Member of the Barcelona Bar Association and Barcelona Young Lawyers Association since 1985, membership number 14082.

During his law degree he undertook work experience with lawyer Rafael Garrido González (1983) and with court attorney Javier Manjarín Albert (1984-1985).

He began his career in September 1985 in one of the most prestigious joint practices in Spain, where he became an Associate in 1993, before joining the Archs-Torrella family firm in 1996.

He is the co-author, along with Jorge Pintó Sala, of the work “Worker Contratación Civil y Mercantil” (Worker Civil and Commercial Contracts) (paper and online) published by Difusión Jurídica y Temas de Actualidad, S.A. and updated and/or expanded every six months since 1996.

He is also the author of the work “Alquiler y compra de viviendas. Todo lo que necesita saber para comprar o arrendar inmuebles con seguridad” (Renting and Buying Property: Everything You Need to Know to Buy or Rent Property Safely) published by Plaza&Janés Editores, S.A. 1st edition (September 2001).

Languages: Catalan, Spanish, French and Italian.

Fátima Torrella Cabello

– Course on Reforming Mercantile Companies (1989);

– Course on Taxation (1990-91);

– Course on the new Urban Rentals Act (1995);

– Course on new procedures in Family Law (October 2000);

– Course on the new Civil Procedure Law (2000-2001);

– Course on Catalan inheritance law (2003).

– Course on Key Points in Oral Reports before Courts (January 2014).

– Course on International Private Family Law (2014)

– 1st ARANZADI FAMILY LAW FORUM OF BARCELONA (2015-16)

Barcelona, 6 January 1964.

Degree in law, University of Barcelona (1987). Member of the Barcelona Bar Association and Barcelona Young Lawyers Association since 1987, membership number 16,352.

She began her career in 1987, later joining the firm of lawyer Rafael Garrido González (RIP), and finally entering the Archs-Torrella family firm in 1994.

Diploma from the Roda Venture School of Legal Practice (General Courses 1987-88 and 1988-89).

Member of the Marriage and Family Law Section of the Barcelona Bar Association (2019).

Languages: Catalan, Spanish, French and English.