Victoria Domenge

Year of Call 1993

Professional Practice

Victoria is listed in Chambers & Partners UK as a ‘Leading Junior’ in the area of Matrimonial Finance.

Victoria practices in all areas of Family Law with particular emphasis on matrimonial finance work and private law children matters.
She is equally able to handle both the financial and the children issues allowing her to deal with all aspects of family breakdown.
Her reported cases reflect the flexibility of her practice; including high net worth financial remedy matters and private children cases.

  • Recommendations

    "She's always very incisive and able to cut straight to the crux of a problem. She's an excellent cross-examiner - -“
    Chambers & Partners 2016
    Specialises in both financial and private law children matters, and is strong on cases involving multi-jurisdictional disputes. Expertise: "She's very quick to pick up something. She grasps it, absorbs it and runs with it. She can step into the breach and get the result."
    Chambers & Partners 2015
    ‘Always a very capable and steady pair of hands’
    Chambers & Partners 2014
  • Notable Cases

    • CC v NC
      [2014] EWHC 703 (Fam)
    • N v F
      [2011] EWHC 586 (Fam)
    • M v M (Divorce: Domicile)
      [2011] 1 FLR 919
    • Re H (Contact Order)
      [2010] 2 FLR 866
    • M v M
      [2009] EWHC 1941 (Fam)
    • Paulin v Paulin
      [2009] 2 FLR 354
    • RH v RH (Ancillary Relief: Costs)
      [2008] 2 FLR 2142
    • W (A Child)
      [2008] EWCA Civ 1181
    • El Faragy v El Faragy & Ors
      [2007] EWCA Civ 1149
  • Publications and Lecturing

    • Victoria lectures and writes articles on various aspects of matrimonial law; recent topics have included: the matrimonial home, inherited assets, and bankruptcy.
  • Personal Information

    BA (Hons) English, History, Philosophy, University of Exeter; CPE Postgraduate Law Diploma, University of Westminster; Bar Vocational Course, Inns of Court School of Law. Married with 3 children. Speaks good Spanish.

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