Dorjan Myrtja


Dorjan studied at Anglia Ruskin University, graduating with an LLB (Hons) degree and completing the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law (formerly known as the College of Law) thereafter. He worked as a paralegal at a high street law firm in London, where he later undertook his training contract. Dorjan qualified as a Solicitor in 2015 and joined Gepp Solicitors in September 2019.


Dorjan works within the Family Department dealing with cases both straightforward and highly complex, in divorce and financial settlements, and issues concerning parents and children in Private Law Children Act proceedings.

Dorjan advises clients on issues arising from the breakdown of a relationship between married couples. This includes discussing any division of individual or joint assets, or how they should proceed with a divorce. He focuses on trying to resolve matters without going to Court wherever possible, as this often results in a far more amicable settlement for the parties concerned.

In Private Law Children Act proceedings, Dorjan represents both applicants and respondents in applications for Child Arrangements Orders (formerly known as Residence and Contact Orders), Specific Issue Orders, Prohibited Steps Orders and Parental Responsibility Orders. Dorjan also represents both applicants and respondents in Family Law Act matters for Non-Molestation and Occupation Orders.


Dorjan aims to provide timely, sensitive and pragmatic advice throughout in order to ensure the best possible outcome is achieved for his clients.


Dorjan is a member of Resolution, which is dedicated to constructive resolution of family dispute matters.

Reported Cases

S (A Child) [2014] EWCA Civ 1682