New Advocate strengthens Simcocks’ team

| February 20, 2014 | 0 Comments
Victoria Kiver

Simcocks is pleased to announce the admission of Victoria Kiver to the Isle of Man Bar.

Victoria joined Simcocks as an articled clerk in 2010 after successfully completing her studies at Lancaster University and The College of Law in Bloomsbury. The former head girl of Queen Elizabeth High School in Peel is part of Simcocks’ Dispute Resolution team where she has experience across a broad range of family law issues including separation and divorce. She also advises on parental rights which often relate to child contact, residence and maintenance issues. Victoria was formally admitted as an Advocate at a ceremony before His Honour Deemster Doyle.

Chief executive of Simcocks, Phil Games said: “On behalf of everyone at Simcocks I would like to congratulate Victoria on her admission to the Isle of Man Bar. Simcocks’ dispute resolution team has a great deal of experience and expertise and we are all confident Victoria will be a valuable asset to the department.”

Victoria said: “Simcocks has been tremendously supportive throughout my studies and I am delighted to being part of this innovative and pro-active team. I am looking forward to building on my knowledge and expertise, the department deals with a wide range of disputes including corporate and commercial litigation, trust-related and shareholder disputes so I know it will be varied and challenging.”

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