Maria Mulroe

Maria Mulroe

Head of Department, Partner, Collaborative Lawyer

Office: 0118 977 4045
DDI: 0118 989 9703
Fax: 0118 977 4560
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Services: Family & Matrimonial, Pre Nuptial and Post Nuptial Agreements, Separation Agreements, Divorce, Children, Financial Settlements, Collaborative Law, Civil Partnerships, Cohabitation

Areas of Responsibility
Head of Family Department located in both Camberley and Wokingham offices.

Experience/Recent Projects
Maria joined Herrington Carmichael in August 2011. She trained and then remained with Charles Russell in Guildford for some years upon qualification in 1996. Since 2003 she has worked in other Legal 500 matrimonial departments including Moore & Blatch in Lymington and Rooks Rider in London.

She is experienced in all aspects of marriage and relationship breakdown, in particular financial aspects in high net worth matters. She undertook a post graduate MA course at Kings College London on child studies to compliment her legal work. Maria is fluent in Spanish having lived in Barcelona before commencing her legal career.

Maria is also a member of Resolution which is an organisation of family lawyers who are dedicated to resolving family matters in a constructive and non-confrontational way. Maria is also trained in Collaborative Law.

Client Quotes
"Just a quick note to say a big thank you for your help and advice over my long drawn out divorce!  We got there in the end!! 

You were very well recommended and I wouldn't hesitate to do the same!"

"I want to thank you personally for all your hard work in bringing my divorce to an amicable resolution."

"You have been just brilliant in helping me through such a difficult time."

"Thank you for all your efforts. I will not hesitate in recommending you."

Interests and Hobbies
Maria has two dogs and enjoys walking. She is interested in 19th Century art and antiques.  

Published Articles
New presumption of parental involvement
On separation and divorce, the welfare of any child of the relationship will usually require contact with both parents - unless there is a very good reason not to. To read more click here .

Mediation and Collaborative law: a better option
If you are facing the prospect of separation or divorce, it's important to consider mediation and 'collaborative law' to facilitate an amicable resolution away from the courts. To read more click here .

What's your New Years Resolution? Divorce Day 2014 - The 8th January has become known as " Divorce Day" in legal circles after the influx of new clients seeking a divorce following the Christmas and New Year period each year.
To find out more click here
January 2014

Divorce or Separation? - This is a question we are often asked as divorce lawyers. The decision to end a marriage is a very brave one and as divorce lawyers we cannot make that decision but we can advise on the consequences of it and the various options.
To read the article click here

Divorce in the 40's and 50's - The number of divorces in England and Wales is declining overall but increasing for the 'Baby boomers' who are now aged in thier forties and fifties.
To read the article click here

Can Collaborative Law Assist You? - When a relationship breaks down, it is in the interests of each party to try to resolve matters in a constructive and speedy manner.
To read the article click here

Separation - Information sheet

Resolution - first for family law