Maria RamonSenior associate
Senior associate in the family law team
I am an experienced family solicitor with over 12 years of experience, particularly specialising in the practical aspects of 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.
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.
'She has experience in cases entailing claims of abuse and domestic violence. One interviewee describes her as "extremely well organised."' Chambers and Partners, 2021
Accredited by The Law Society - family mediation
Member of the College of Mediators
Accredited Members of Family Mediation Council
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