About Caterina Saeli:
Caterina Saeli has gained experience in different areas of Italian law: from real estate to family law.
She has gained extensive experience in the field of negotiation and drafting of contractual arrangements for real estate investments (e.g. deeds of sale, leasing, commercial leases, sale and lease of going concern, construction contracts and service agreements, etc.) both in Italian and English, for national and international clients, as well as in the field of acquisition and dismissal of real estate portfolios. She has experience advising on any legal aspect concerning the management of real estate portfolios, drafting of legal opinions related to civil law, real estate and corporate issues.
She has experience in advising and preparing documentation for related purchases, sales or transfers of property for primary production businesses, as well as in relation to leasehold land including transfers.
Her expertise ensures you will receive the best advice, as Caterina is a specialist in the above specific sectors.
She is also an expert in the field of luxury transactions, which she has made her own niche area of expertise.
She has also experience in all aspects of family law, including divorce and separation, civil partnership, financial provision, cohabitant claims, cohabitation agreements and issues relating to child custody.
She has particular interest and experience in the financial issues arising from separation and divorce, often involving high net worth, complex or unusual matters.
Education & Court Admissions :
Caterna Saeli successfully graduated from the Law School of Palermo, Italy.
As part of her formative education, Caterina spent six months in Valencia, Spain, at Universidad de Valencia studying a range of subjects.
Straight after graduating, Caterina began her training to become a lawyer and experienced all aspects of the profession, from drafting legal acts, to attending hearings, to meeting with clients.
She passed the European Union Ability exam (Europe’s “bar exam”) in the court of Palermo and she is enrolled in the Italian Society of Lawyers.
Caterina speaks Italian, English and Spanish.