Meet our team / Maria Ramon

Maria Ramon


Partner in the family team

My role

I am a partner in the family team with over 17 years’ experience, particularly specialising in the practical aspects of the breakdown of a relationship and children issues. I’ve also enhanced my experience by becoming an accredited family mediator, helping parties to resolve family matters in an amicable and cost-effective manner.

My experience

I joined Anthony Collins Solicitors after university in 2001. I trained with the firm before qualifying into the family team in 2004. I specialise in matrimonial law and particularly practical aspects and the division of assets following separation. I also offer practical advice to parents who are seeking to resolve arrangements for their children.

I work alongside clients in trying to resolve matters in a quick efficient cost effective way whilst ensuring the best outcomes for them.

I’m an accredited family mediator with the Family Mediation Council.

‘Maria Ramon attracts really good work, big money cases from in and around the Birmingham area. Her advice is always sensible and she produces clear, helpful documents of a high standard which stand out’ Legal 500, 2022

‘Maria Ramon is a super member of the team with whom I have worked for some time and she is consistently on the ball, fighting the client’s corner and giving extremely sensible advice.’ Legal 500, 2022

‘She has experience in cases entailing claims of abuse and domestic violence. One interviewee describes her as “extremely well organised.’ Chambers and Partners, 2021


My specialisms

  • Matrimonial law to include pre and post nuptial agreements, divorce and financial provision
  • Advice to unmarried couples including cohabitation agreements an financial provision on breakdown of relationship
  • Arrangements and issues concerning children
  • Accredited family mediator


My latest articles

Does being a mediator make me a better solicitor?
Does being a mediator make me a better solicitor?

When I started on my mediation journey, I did so on the basis that I wanted to help parties come to arrangements for their families and mitigate animosity that court proceedings inevitably led to.