Hannah is a senior associate solicitor in the family team, based in the Putney office.

Hannah advises on all aspects of family law, including divorce and financial matters, pre and post-nuptial agreements, property disputes between cohabitees, and financial claims on behalf of children following the breakdown of relationships between unmarried couples.

Hannah aims to work with her clients to help them to deal with the issues arising from relationship breakdown in a constructive and cost-effective manner, to minimise the long-term impact upon the family and to enable all concerned to move forward positively.

She has written a number of articles for various legal publications including the Family Law Journal.

Hannah joined Russell-Cooke in 2005 and qualified as a solicitor in 2007.  Hannah became a senior associate in 2013.

  • Regularly represents clients in variety of financial remedy applications with including those involving trusts, family businesses, third party intervenors, and vulnerable parties
  • Resolved complex application for financial relief following overseas divorce pursuant to Part III of the Matrimonial Proceedings Act 1984
  • Drafted and advised in a number of very high-net-worth complex pre and post-nuptial agreements with international elements
  • Acted in Hudson v Leigh [2009] EWHC 1306 (Fam), a widely reported High Court case involving the determination of a couples’ marital status, following a traditional Christian wedding ceremony in South Africa
  • Collaboratively trained since 2013 and a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Practitioners
  • Dual-qualified as a solicitor in both England and Wales and in Scotland
  • Member of Resolution and sat on the London Committee for Young Resolution from 2011 - 2016
  • Studied law at the University of Edinburgh
  • Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School, London 
  • Trained as a solicitor at Russell-Cooke 2005 - 2007