Pol Martín
González Mansilla

PARTNER
Lawyer and mediator

Pol is a founding partner of MANSILLA & LLOP, together with Gema Moyano Llop, with whom he has been working for a decade. He advises clients on all aspects of family and inheritance law, both in and out of court.

The matters on which he focuses his practice include divorce and partnership breakdown, disputes over children, international relocations, complex patrimonial discrepancies, prenuptial agreements and marital contracts, modification of legal capacity and inheritance law.

Pol regularly defends the interests of entrepreneurs, professionals, expatriates and international investors. A large number of the cases he handles have an international and property element.

In addition, Pol is an expert in confessional family law, advising in cases of ecclesiastical marriage annulment, as well as in divorces by mutual agreement of spouses who profess the Islamic or Jewish faith and who wish to have the effects of their breakup governed according to the provisions of the shari`a (Islamic law) and halacha (Jewish law), always with full respect for public order.

Pol has extensive experience in litigation, although, whenever it is in the best interests of his client and his family, he focuses his efforts on reaching out-of-court settlements.

Pol Martín
González Mansilla

PARTNER
Lawyer & mediator

Pol is a founding partner of MANSILLA & LLOP, together with Gema Moyano Llop, with whom he has been working for a decade. He advises clients on all aspects of family and inheritance law, both in and out of court.

The matters on which he focuses his practice include divorce and partnership breakdown, disputes over children, international relocations, complex patrimonial discrepancies, prenuptial agreements and marital contracts, modification of legal capacity and inheritance law.

Pol regularly defends the interests of entrepreneurs, professionals, expatriates and international investors. A large number of the cases he handles have an international and property element.

In addition, Pol is an expert in confessional family law, advising in cases of ecclesiastical marriage annulment, as well as in divorces by mutual agreement of spouses who profess the Islamic or Jewish faith and who wish to have the effects of their breakup governed according to the provisions of the shari`a (Islamic law) and halacha (Jewish law), always with full respect for public order.

Pol has extensive experience in litigation, although, whenever it is in the best interests of his client and his family, he focuses his efforts on reaching out-of-court settlements.

In addition to practicing law, Pol is a mediator committed to this method of alternative dispute resolution, especially in child abduction cases.

Academic background

  • Degree in Law - Pompeu Fabra University (2010)
  • Master's Degree in Mediation - Barcelona Bar Association (2014)
  • Course on International Family Law - Barcelona Bar Association (2016)
  • Course of specialization in Canon Marriage Law - Bar Association of Barcelona (2018)
  • Specialization course in international child abduction - Asociación de Profesionales contra la Sustracción Internacional de Menores (2022)

Additional information

He is co-author of several training materials of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya dedicated to international law and international child abduction. In addition, he periodically gives training on these subjects at ISDE (Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía).

Pol has been a member of the Regulatory Commission of the Barcelona Bar Association.

He regularly attends prestigious international congresses -organized, among other institutions, by the Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA), International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL), International Association of Family Law Jurists (AIJUDEFA) and Lawyers in Europe on Parental Child Abduction (LEPCA)- and national ones (organized, among other institutions, by the Barcelona Bar Association, the Spanish Association of Family Lawyers and the Societat Catalana d'Advocats de Família).

Languages: Spanish, Catalan, English and Arabic.