Zoe Bloom

Consultant Solicitor


Zoë is a family lawyer who specialises in acting for and against mid to high net worth entrepreneurs and business people. She advises exclusively on the financial implications of divorce and separation. Clients benefit directly from her background advising in respect to tax and trust matters.

She has particular experience in renegotiating financial settlements and challenging previous consent orders, separation agreements and pre or ante nuptial agreements.

As an active collaborative lawyer, Zoë is well-placed to guide clients on the best choice of route to a successful conclusion of their matter, whether this is litigation or alternative dispute resolution. Her approach is to bring negotiations to a sensible conclusion quickly so that individuals can move on with their lives. She is always concerned to protect the wider intersts of the family.

Zoë is a member of Resolution and has been quoted in the national press in respect of pre-nuptial agreements.

Prior to joining Keystone Law, Zoë was a solicitor with McGuireWoods London LLP.


  • Divorce
  • Family Dispute Resolution
  • Collaborative law
  • Financial orders
  • Jurisdictional disputes relating to matrimonial proceedings
  • Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements
  • Cohabitation
  • Variation of consent orders
  • Implementation of, or challenges to, Separation Agreements 
  • Zoe Bloom of Keystone Law specialises in high net worth and complex matrimonial finance disputes, and has a particular expertise in acting for entrepreneurs and Nordic-based nationals. One source notes that “her greatest strength is combining compassion with efficiency. She addressed every issue thoroughly and promptly.”
    Chambers UK (2014)
Career History
2010 Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor
2008-2010 McGuire Woods | Senior Consultant
2004-2008 Grundberg Mocatta Rakison | Senior Associate
2004 Qualified as a Solicitor
2002-2004 Rooks Rider | Trainee Solicitor

“Divorce leave” phenomenon on the rise in London

Businesses are suffering as a result of divorce and separation. With over 60% of people in London estimated as having gone through a split themselves or at least knowing someone who has - recent research shows that 10% of those have either been forced to leave their job as a result of separation, or have witnessed a colleague do the same.

Posted on 26th Nov 2014 by Zoe Bloom

The rise of the female entrepreneur’s pre-nup

A successful entrepreneur will always be commercially minded, arguably none more so than those successful female entrepreneurs who might have committed even more than their male counterparts. It is that same commercial approach that must extend to private affairs and to protecting a hard-earned business from a potential divorce. In this article, Keystone’s Family specialist, Zoe Bloom, discusses …

Posted on 14th Nov 2014 by Zoe Bloom

Family lawyer explains why slashes to legal aid are inspiring alternative attitudes to UK divorces

High net worth couples are beginning to shun the traditional approach to divorce by turning to binding arbitration, as a more favourable alternative.

Posted on 13th Nov 2014 by Zoe Bloom

Law Commission introduces Qualifying Nuptial Agreements

February saw the introduction of a new legal term ‘Qualifying Nuptial Agreement’ or QNA. This follows the Law Commission’s recommendation that legally binding Qualifying Nuptial Agreements are introduced in place of full prenuptial agreements.

Posted on 27th Feb 2014 by Zoe Bloom, Claire O'Flinn

Take the sting out of a Valentine’s Day breakup

Chocolates, flowers – and a divorce? What is meant to be the most romantic day of the year is also a popular time for many couples to call an end to their marriage. Family law specialist Zoё Bloom is experienced at guiding couples through this difficult time, and with a variety of options available divorce doesn't always need to become a courtroom battle. In this article we look at the options ava…

Posted on 7th Feb 2014 by Zoe Bloom

Divorce and corporate assets

Matrimonial lawyer Zoe Bloom examines the implications for entrepreneurs and their advisers in Petrodel v Prest, the latest multi-million divorce case before the Supreme Court.

Posted on 24th Jun 2013 by Zoe Bloom

If you wish to contact Zoe Bloom, please or telephone 020 7152 6550.