Victoria Cramer has been practicing law in Salt Lake City, Utah and surrounding areas for 25 years. Ms. Cramer is a partner in a boutique litigation firm Pia Hoyt LLC.  Victoria Cramer provides advice and representation in various areas of family law and guardianship proceedings. Ms. Cramer focuses on the family law part of the practice, including matters of divorce, child custody and child support. As a Salt Lake City family law attorney, Ms. Cramer compassionately meets the needs of her clients through highly ethical, knowledgeable representation.

Ms. Cramer first earned her Juris Doctor law degree from Moscow University College of Law in 1990. She later earned a master of laws (LL.M.) degree from the University of Utah College of Law in 1995, followed by a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Utah College of Law in 1997. She was admitted to the Utah State Bar in 1998. She provides family law, divorce and child custody law services to clients in Salt Lake City, Centerville, Farmington, and all of Utah.

As an experienced family law practitioner, Victoria Cramer has represented clients in divorce proceedings, custody disputes, modifications of divorce decrees, mediations, and many other matters, including prenuptial agreements, and the unique issues that arise in common law marriages. Ms. Cramer is devoted to providing honest and zealous representation and works diligently on every client’s matter.

Admission Details

  • 1998, Utah

Law School Attended

  • Moscow University College of Law, Class of 1990, J.D.
  • University of Utah College of Law (LL.M., Environmental / Energy Law, 1995; J.D., 1997)


  • Has been elected by peers as a Super Lawyer in 2020 and 2021

Memberships & Associations

  • Utah State Bar (USB)
  • Family Law Section of the USB
  • USB Fee Arbitration Committee
  • USB Ethics & Discipline Committee
  • Davis County Bar Association
  • Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
  • Utah Humane Society
  • PCRM


  • Russian
  • Victoria Cramer


    170 South Main Street,
    Salt Lake City, UT 84101