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Philippe Loretan

Philippe Loretan

  • Partner Specialised in :
    • Matrimonial law / Wills, probate and inheritance law
    • Property law
    • Law of contracts
    • Insolvency and bankruptcy law
born in
originally from
Leukerbad and Sion (VS)
marital status
Married, 3 children
French, good to very good knowledge of German, English and Italian
since 2004
Expert examiner for the Bar Association
since 1994
Partner, Law Firm du Ritz, Sion
since 1992
Clerk of the Military Tribunal Division 10 A, then investigating judge at the same Tribunal, then Public Prosecutor (before court martial) at Military Tribunal 3 and currently President 2 of the same Tribunal
since 1992
Special deputy appointed by the Cantonal Court for specific bankruptcy cases
Secretary of the Guardianship Court of the District of Sion
Associate, Law Firm de Riedmatten, Zen Ruffinen and Detienne, Sion
Trainee Lawyer an Notary, Law Firm de Riedmatten, Zen Ruffinen and Détienne, Sion
Member or former member of various Associations
Tourism Office in Sion
Valais Officers Association
Association of the King's Anysetiers
Association of Young Business Leaders (AYBL)
Sedunum Nostrum
Tennis Club of Gravelone
Military training
Recruiting school in 1984 for the Mountain Fusilliers, then the school for NCOs and officers with practical training in these weapons
As at 1st January 1992, transfer to the military justice system, currently President 2 of the Military Tribunal 3 with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel
Practising certificate as a lawyer
Practising certificate as a notary
Law degree from the University of Fribourg, with a detailed examination of civil liability in the new hunting law  and analysis of Article 27 (5) of the Federal Constitution
Collège des Creusets (high school) in Sion, then the Ardévaz School in Sion (VS)
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