Advocate Victoria Myerson > Myersons > St.Helier, Jersey > Lawyer Profile


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Victoria is highly experienced in all aspects of family law, having dealt with some of the most significant matrimonial proceedings in Jersey.  She has built a well-deserved reputation for her expertise working for high-net-worth clients and on complex financial separations.  She regularly acts for HNW individuals, partners of law and accountancy firms and trust and company directors as well as stay at home spouses seeking to secure their share of the matrimonial pot.

She has significant experience dealing with some of the most complex disputes regarding children either on behalf of a parent or having been appointed by the court to represent the child.

Victoria’s experience has been strengthened by her involvement in cases before the Court of Appeal (Jersey) and the Privy Council.

She has also contributed to numerous publications and presented on family law to industry professionals.




Called to the English Bar in 1994, Victoria spent the early years of her career as a barrister in London before returning to Jersey.  She was formerly partner, and Head of Family Law, at one of the largest global offshore firms.  Myersons was founded with her well-established team of lawyers.


English, French


Member of the Law Society, Jersey
Member of the Family Law Bar Association (England and Wales)
Member of Resolution
Chair of the Jersey Family Law Association


Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London
Called to the English Bar in 1994
Advocate of the Royal Court since 2003

Lawyer Rankings

Jersey > Family

(Hall of Fame)

Victoria Myerson – Myersons

Myersons frequently assists HNWIs with complex family matters, notably divorces concerning multiple jurisdictions, as well as pre- and post-nuptial agreements. The practice is also sought after for its work on children matters, handling residence and contact orders in addition to assisting with leave to remove matters. Practice head Victoria Myerson advises wealthy individuals on financial separations and acts for both parents and courts in child-related disputes. The firm strengthened its ranks in January 2023 with the addition of Jamie Orchard from Viberts, whose practice centres on assisting HNWIs with their overseas assets and companies, as well as handling matters concerning children, including Hague Convention proceedings.