Hannah is a second-year Trainee Solicitor and is currently based in the High Wycombe office in the Family department, where she is assisting on divorce and separation matters and the related financial issues.
Prior to this, Hannah was in the Wills, Trust and Probate department. She has experience is drafting Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Deeds of Variation. Hannah was also actively involved on probate matters including obtaining Grants of Probate, submitting inheritance tax forms and administering estates.
Hannah also has experience from her first seat in Residential Property, where she assisted on a variety of matters on both sales and purchases for freehold and leasehold properties.
Prior to joining Blaser Mills Law, Hannah studied History at Oxford Brookes and graduated in 2013. She then converted to Law and completed the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and the Legal Practice Course (LPC), at the University of Law. Hannah combined her postgraduate studies with an internship at a Guildford Solicitors.
Life as a Trainee:
“From day one I was actively involved on client matters. The work is fast paced and you are given a lot of responsibility and client contact. Blaser Mills provides trainees with work that is valuable to their learning experience and has a friendly open-door policy where you can ask partners, solicitors and support staff any questions.”
- 2016: Trainee Solicitor, Blaser Mills Law
- 2014-2016: Internship, England Palmer Solicitors
- 2015: LPC, The University of Law (Guildford), Commendation
- 2014: GDL,The University of Law (Guildford), Commendation
- 2013: BA (Hons) History, Oxford Brookes University, 2.1