Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
I am a family law specialist with a major interest and expertise in managing the financial aspects of relationship breakdown. In my experience, couples dealing with relationship breakdown, need sensible, practical and compassionate advice. They do not need to go through a process fuelled by acrimony and unnecessary argument.
I am based at Ashtons Legal's Guildhall Street office in Bury St Edmunds.
I have been a qualified solicitor for over 30 years, and I specialise in complex divorce, family and children-related matters. I am a trained Collaborative Lawyer and a member of Resolution.
1980 - 1981
1977 - 1980
Supportive' Ashtons Legal ‘deals with matters sensitively'. Mary Pearce is ‘firm and clear'
Mary Pearce is well versed in all areas of divorce, family and children-related matters, and is valued by clients for her "practical and down-to-earth" manner and her ability to "get the job done as efficiently as possible."
Mary Pearce "is highly experienced, cares for her clients and she has a good sense of humour"
Mary Pearce advises clients on Children Act issues, as well as cohabitation related matters.
Bury St Edmunds-based partner Mary Pearce specialises in complex financial matters, and is described as "an experienced and strong practitioner in both money and children cases." She is also a trained collaborative lawyer and a member of Resolution.
Mary Pearce is ‘efficient, easy to work with and goes the extra mile for clients’
Ashton KCJ’s fixed fee scheme
Relationship breakdown, disputes about children and the financial aspects of separation can be one of the most stressful times in someone’s life. At a time of upheaval and uncertainly, the last thing anyone should be concerned about is how to manage the cost of legal support. Ashton KCJ is helping to ease the financial burden by offering a fixed fee payment scheme for many of our family law services. This means that our clients have certainty from the start of their case about what their costs will be. In many cases, our specialist family practitioners will agree a fixed cost with you at the start of a process. You know what you will pay and the work we will complete at the agreed cost. We can also take payments in instalments to enable you to budget on a monthly basis and as you pay throughout the process, there is no large bill at the end of your case.
Resolution members follow a Code of Practice that promotes a constructive approach to family issues and considers the needs of the whole family, in particular the best interests of children.