Victoria has advised married and unmarried clients, on various subjects such as divorce, finances, and children matters.
Victoria’s experience includes cases involving cohabitation disputes, international adoption, complex children proceedings involving domestic and drug abuse, children proceedings involving grandparents, defended divorces, as well as high value financial proceedings. She has also drafted post-nuptial agreements.
Victoria specialises in working with clients who hold cryptographic assets such as Bitcoin, having been actively involved in the cryptographic community since 2011.
Training & employment experience
She studied History at University of Southampton, before studying Law at the University of Law in Guildford and training with a regional Legal 500 firm. Prior to joining Stowe Family Law, Victoria worked for firms in the Surrey and Hampshire area.
Victoria’s approach is to be organised, and ensure her clients are always well-informed and reassured that their case is being managed effectively. She is calm and measured with her advice, and will respect her clients’ wishes whilst still advising them of their options.
Outside of work
Victoria takes an active role in the legal community. She is the Press Officer for Surrey Resolution, helping to spread Resolution’s message of taking a conciliatory and constructive approach in divorce.
Victoria is the Vice President of the Surrey Law Society, engaging with lawyers across the county. She will be President of the Surrey Law Society in November 2018, and will be the youngest President to date.
Victoria is the Junior Lawyers Division Representative for Surrey, which involves attending National Conferences at the Law Society to speak on behalf of junior lawyers in Surrey, and as part of that role she is on the committee for Young Surrey Lawyers, which is the junior group of the Surrey Law Society.