Vicenta Orquín Roig
My name is Vicenta Orquín Roig, and I was born here in Ibiza in 1972. I graduated in law at the renowned San Pablo de Valencia CEU University in 1995, and immediately began to work in Ibiza as a lawyer at the Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de las Islas Baleares (The Illustrious College of Balearic Lawyers).
In 2001, with a desire to find a better solution for the cases brought to me by my clients, I studied for two years in order to become a Mediator and I am now an official member of the Baleares Register of Mediators. This enables me to offer clients a more holistic approach to their problems.
In 1997 I became a member of the Asociación de Abogadas de Familia de España (The Association of Spanish Family Lawyers) specialising in the field of Civil Law – specifically Real Estate and Matrimonial Law, including legal separations, divorce (including resolving contested issues relating to children), civil partnerships, (couples who live together outside of marriage and same- sex couples) and child adoption.
I aim to provide a specialised personal service taking your individual circumstances into account, offering the most efficient and cost-effective way to proceed with your case and find the best solution for you.
> Currently specializing in Civil Law (contracts, legal financial claims and inheritance claims) and Family Law.
> The support of our network of expert lawyers will be available for all other legal matters.
> Law degree from the University CEU San Pablo de Valencia (1990–1995).
> Practicing Law in Ibiza and Formentera in the Illustrious College of Balearic Lawyers since 1995.
> Legal Mediator Vocational Training in Ibiza (1996–1998), School of Juridical.
> Mediation Masters Course in Mediation and Conflict Resolution (February 2001 – July 2002), and Registered Member of Balearic Mediators since July 2002
> Postgraduate Degree in Family Law at the University of Balearic islands (2005 – 2006).
> Member of the Spanish Association of Family Lawyers since 1997.
> Postgraduate degree in Real Estate Law (2005 – 2007).
Spanish, English, Catalán, German, Italian, French (with simultaneous translations from your first visit if necessary, depending on the complexity of the case.)