Joanna Toloczko RWK Goodman

Joanna Toloczko


Children Disputes | Cohabitation Agreements | Domestic Abuse | Family | Family Dispute Resolution | Injunctions and Emergency Remedies | International Family | Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements | Separation & Divorce

About Joanna

Joanna is a Family law partner with over thirty years’ experience of family and divorce law, in leading law firms in London and Essex.

Joanna joined our London Family team in March 2021 as a partner specialising in all aspects of family law with an emphasis on divorce, financial remedies, and family agreements.

With over 30 years of experience, Joanna provides her clients with the support they need to approach complex relationship situations with clarity, confidence and dignity. She helps her clients to focus on the future by approaching the negotiations in a constructive and non-confrontational way.

With a wealth of experience in family law and mediation, Joanna specialises in:

  • Divorce and dissolution of civil partnerships
  • Family agreements including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, separation agreements and cohabitation agreements
  • Family mediation
  • Financial remedies within divorce proceedings


Joanna has a particular interest in complex and high value financial remedy applications within divorce proceedings, such as cases involving business assets, property portfolios or trusts.

She also has a passion for helping separating couples to resolve disputes using Family Mediation and thereby avoid the stress, expense and delay of court proceedings. Joanna is a Family Mediation Council accredited mediator.


  • Resolution
  • Family Mediation Council accredited mediator
  • East London and Essex Collaborative Law Pod
  • Surrey and Sussex Collaborative Law Pod
  • Law Society Family Law Panel
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