Maria Marros was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. She is a first generation Greek-American with strong ties to the local community and is fluent in Greek and Spanish. She attended Queens University of Charlotte, majoring in political science and business. While in college she interned with law firms, public relations firms, and non-profits. She was the President of her university’s political organization for over two years. She was politically active during her college career, meeting and working alongside many local, state, and federal lawmakers. Her interests in public speaking and governance are what led her to attend law school. While in law school, Maria was a member of the Trial Team. She attended many competitions, local and out of state. In her last semester of law school, she advanced to the semi-finals in her employment law trial competition located in Washington, DC. Before graduating, Maria was an extern for the Mecklenburg County Public Defender’s office. There, her passion for litigation and serving those underserved inspired her to work in the field of family law.
Maria was admitted to the North Carolina bar in 2019. She is currently a member of the North Carolina Bar Association and the Mecklenburg County Bar Association. Maria has a magnetic presence that follows her into the courtroom. She will zealously advocate for her clients. As a mother of young children, Maria understands the sensitive nature of divorce and child custody matters. She is equipped to help her clients and their families navigate through hard times.
Outside of work, Maria enjoys spending time with her husband, two children and Siberian husky.