Joanna Toch Net Worth


Joanna Toch’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Joanna Toch was born on 13 October, 1961 in London Borough of Sutton. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Joanna Toch’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 60 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 13 October 1961
Birthday 13 October
Birthplace London Borough of Sutton

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Joanna Toch’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Joanna Toch is 60 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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In 2016 Toch set up to troubleshoot and strategise family law issues, find the right experts for those with a family law problem and mentor those going through the legal process, calling upon her years working in family law as a barrister and within solicitors’ offices and her knowledge of mediation, arbitration and other alternatives to litigation. Users of the service interact with their hand picked legal team using a secure online portal which allows them to manage their family law matter from a smart phone or laptop.


After finishing her own competitive rowing, Toch became a successful Junior Rowing coach with crews competing at National and Inter-Regional finals. Toch now rows for Ardingly Rowing Club. In 2015, she won a number of domestic Masters events and competed in the 2015 World Masters Rowing Championships. In 2016 Joanna was in the Ardingly crew that won the Women’s Eights Head of the River small clubs pennant, she won the pairs event at Master’s Henley and won in the women’s Masters eight at the Masters World Championships in Copenhagen.

In 2015 the Court of Appeal set aside the findings of fact made by a Circuit Judge who rejected the mother’s evidence that she had been subjected to domestic violence. The Court of Appeal accepted Toch had not been allowed to put the mother’s case because of numerous interventions by the Judge and the Judge had acted unfairly. This case is precedent for when a higher court will intervene to change the factual decisions of a lower court in family case.


In 2014 Toch successfully appeared for the wife in the newsworthy and precedent-bearing “imposter marriage case” in which a City banker asserted exemption from alimony on the grounds he had not been present at his wedding and his wife had married someone else with the same name.


In October 2009 she resumed practice at the Bar continuing to specialise in all aspects of family work with a particular interest in the financial aspects of divorce, cohabitation property and child disputes, domestic violence and children matters. In 2015, she moved to Church Court Chambers, headed by Kerim Fuad QC, to lead the family team.


In 1996 she moved to the Chambers of John Hodgson at 3, Dr Johnson’s Buildings, a civil and family Chambers where she undertook the full range of family work including high-profile cases in the High Court, Principal Registry of the Family Division, County Courts and Family Proceedings Court. In 2002, she moved to work in a solicitor’s practice in South London. She also gave advice at the Croydon One Stop Shop for victims of domestic abuse, the first in the country. In 2007, she moved to work in the family department of Brachers solicitors, the largest solicitors in Kent where she specialised in divorce, ancillary relief, cohabitation disputes, children’s residence and contact cases, many of which were complex with international aspects.


She won a silver medal in 1989 in the lightweight coxless fours and was in the first women’s crew to row at Henley Royal Regatta. Toch has been National Champion in most categories of boat and won most major rowing competitions in Britain.


Toch received a degree in law from King’s College London and was called to the Bar in 1988. She undertook a criminal pupillage at the Chambers of Ann Goddard QC and then worked in her own name until 1990 when she became a lecturer at the Inns of Court School of Law training law students in the skills of a barrister. In 1992 Toch returned to practice and undertook a civil pupillage and began to do a mix of civil and criminal work while also working as a part-time assessor for the Bar Council, setting exam papers and assessing entrants to the Bar. She contributed to a book on legal pleadings in tort.


Toch rowed for Great Britain in the 1979 World Rowing Junior Championships, 1980 Moscow Olympic Games (she was the youngest member of the Great Britain team), the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games, the 1986 Commonwealth Games and six World Rowing Championships between 1981 and 1990.


Joanna Patricia Toch (born 13 October 1961) is a British Olympian, a practising Barrister and a Legal 500 expert in family law. She is a Head of Family Law at Church Court Chambers,2nd floor, Goldsmith’s Building, Temple and has been involved in a number of high-profile cases now cited as precedent in UK family and children’s law.


Toch comes from a sporting family: her father is the former boxer, Peter Toch, a British Army and 1950 ABA Heavyweight Champion.

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