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Francisco Lorenzo Martínez

Lawyer

Francisco Lorenzo Martínez

Balms Marbella

C/ Generalife, 9 - Aloha Pueblo Nueva Andalucía
Marbella (Málaga)
T. +34 952 812 100
F. +34 952 812 767
florenzo@balms.com

Lawyer in practice since 1996 with extensive experience in the area of general Procedural Law. Specialized in Criminal Law, Family Law and International Law. Member number 3.880 of the Illustrious Bar Association of Málaga.

Procedural Lawyer, Procedural Law Department at Balms Abogados Marbella. Specialist in areas of Criminal and Family Law. Extensive experience in international legal relations and European Union law.

Mediator in civil and commercial matters.

Degree in Law from the University of Málaga.

He has completed .

As an outstanding complementary training he has successfully completed a Master's Degree in International Relations from the University of Clark University, Massachusetts, USA, as well as a Postgraduate Master's Degree in Executive and Organizational Coaching taught by the University of Málaga.

He has extended his university studies with the Degree in Philosophy and Theology, by La Cartuja University, Granada.

Spanish/English.

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