Family Law in Partnership is an award-winning team of specialist family lawyers, mediators, arbitrators and family consultants

Hannah Greene

Associate

Assistant

Hannah is an associate at Family Law in Partnership. She advises on all aspects of divorce and cohabitation, including financial and children matters, and on relationship agreements including prenuptial and cohabitation agreements.

Hannah’s focus is on providing clear, pragmatic advice whilst maintaining an empathetic approach, taking all available opportunities to minimise conflict where possible.

“Divorce is one of the most stressful events that a person can go through. I want to help my clients to get through this period with the knowledge that there is an end point in sight. I always aim to keep one eye on what a sustainable long term future is going to look like for my client, whether that be financial or looking at a parenting relationship”

Hannah’s cases have involved a wide range of issues, including advising individuals with assets within complex business structures, and international asset bases. She also advises on children matters and maintains a strong emphasis on looking at alternative dispute resolution as a way to reinforce a co-parenting relationship after separation. She uses a background in property, tax and estate planning to best inform her clients.

Hannah trained and qualified as a solicitor at Collyer Bristow LLP before moving to Family Law in Partnership in 2016. Hannah is a graduate of the University of Durham where she studied anthropology, and the University of Loughborough where she studied for a foundation degree in art and design.

Recent client feedback includes:

“I just wanted to send a big thank you for handling the divorce with such care….I am extremely grateful that I had you on my side. I will be forever eternally grateful for the kindness you showed me and for guiding me through this stressful and difficult time”

“I am very proud to have had you represent me”

“Sincere thanks for all of your help, professionalism and quickness to respond….I am genuinely pleased and happy that I came to your office when I needed help”

Read Hannah’s recent blogs:

The Legal Process for Gender Change

Religion and the Welfare of the Child, part 2

The Riddle of Owens v Owens

Religion and the Welfare of the Child in Divorce