Victoria Clarke - Solicitor
Job Title: Senior Solicitor & Deputy Head of Family Department
Specialist Area: Family and Matrimonial Law
Date Elected to Grade: 2015
Victoria qualified as a solicitor in 2015 and specialises in matrimonial law, particularly the division of digital assets like Bitcoin.
Victoria works in all areas of family law including divorce and civil-partnership, finances, children proceedings, and cohabitation disputes.
Victoria is a member of Resolution, and sits on the Resolution cohabitation committee and the Surrey Resolution committee. She promotes the goals of Resolution, which are to promote a constructive approach to family issues, considering the needs of all involved. Victoria was also President of Surrey Law Society for 2019-2020 and continues to sit on the committee as Treasurer.
Victoria takes a measured and clear approach to all of her cases, discussing options with clients and ensuring they understand what is happening in their matter. Victoria takes the time to consider the various ways a case could be resolved, and recognises that every client has different needs. Victoria is known for her patience and approachable manner with clients and it is important to her that her clients feel at ease at all times.
“Victoria and the team at Watson Thomas are organised and professional. Victoria helped me with my family matter and gave me a reasonable price for her work. I am grateful for her advice and guidance and would definitely recommend their services as I felt well looked after - even during coronavirus when we were not able to meet in person! Thanks again."
“Victoria Clarke was my Solicitor and thankfully I had not really had any dealings with Solicitors in the past but I have to say, as I was in a position where I required one, I am glad it was Victoria. She was very genuine, easy to talk/let off steam too (!) and very honest and straight forward. I always felt that she had my best interests in mind. I wouldn't hesistate to use Watson Thomas again - really great company to deal with.”