Hannah specialises in matrimonial finance proceedings. She has experience in all aspects of financial remedy proceedings and also specialises in claims under Schedule 1 of the Children Act. Hannah’s practice has a particular focus on high-value cases, with high-profile and high net-worth clients who require the best representation and excellent client care. Her cases typically involve valuable business assets and complex financial, and jurisdictional, issues and she is regularly instructed to appear in Private FDR and Arbitration hearings as well as court proceedings.
Hannah is a founding and only barrister member of ‘Family Law Live’ (previously ‘Family Law in Lockdown’). This incredibly successful initiative was shortlisted for ‘Family Law Commentator of the Year’ at the 2021 Jordan’s Family Law Awards. Hannah was also shortlisted for ‘Young Barrister of the Year’ at the 2017 Jordan’s Family Law Awards.
Hannah studied Law at the University of Cambridge and was awarded Best Overall Advocate at the Newnham College Biennial Moot Court Competition and was awarded the Kemp Fund Scholarship, Newnham College.
Financial remedies ancillary to divorce/dissolution of civil partnership, including cases involving:
- Trusts (both on–shore and off–shore)
- Jurisdictional disputes
- Company/business assets
- Non–matrimonial property
- Foreign property
- Disputes over property owned by third parties
- Clients without mental capacity
- Freezing Injunctions
- Property disputes relating to cohabitees
- Schedule 1 Claims
Appointments & Memberships
- Family Law Bar Association (FLBA)
- Middle Temple
- Trustee of the Bar Choral Society
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