Our solicitors are people you can talk to
Mary Monson Solicitors is a law firm representing people and organisations in the fields of criminal law, fraud defence, motoring offences, conveyancing and commercial law. Our reputation is to provide excellent and powerful legal representation while making sure that the client is looked after through the process.
Solicitors with a different approach
Our solicitors believe that every client is important, and different situations require a different approach. Understanding where you are coming from is as important as being efficient.
A bad experience that many people have had when dealing with a law firm is a conveyer-belt approach, where clients feel treated like just another file in the system.
Do you agree that a law firm should be a friendly place with imaginative people? If so, we may be what you’re looking for.
Solicitors with history
Our firm’s solicitors have acted in some of the most high-profile cases of the last 40 years, going back as far as the Manchester Gang Trials of the 1980s and the Strangeways Prison Riot of the 1990s, then described as the largest criminal case in UK history.
Mary Monson is our founder and one of our directors. Over five decades she has built a solicitors’ firm which holds true to those early values; representing the client’s interests forcefully when required, showing patience and understanding, and having true expertise in the law.
We are now listed in the major worldwide industry publication Chambers & Partners, with a number of our solicitors now named ‘Leaders in the Field’.
How our service works
Mary Monson Solicitors provides a no-obligation consultation if you are considering hiring a solicitor to help you with a problem. In order to get a free consultation, please request a call back using the form on this page.
Someone from our admin department will listen to your enquiry and either put you straight through to a solicitor or another lawyer in the firm, or arrange a time to call back when one is available. If you need someone urgently to attend court or a police station on your behalf, we can send a solicitor at short notice, but a fee will be payable, either privately or on legal aid if it is available.
When preparing to choose a solicitor, remember to always ask for an initial consultation and get a solicitor’s advice about the issue you are dealing with. This consultation enables you to ask the solicitor questions and make sure he or she can provide the service that you need before you hand over any money.
We can’t provide a consultation on matters where you already have a solicitor and are not considering changing. See the terms of our no-obligation consultation here. Please also read our legal disclaimer for this page.