Hannah Cornish Practice Group Leader, Family Law
Hannah is a principal lawyer and practice group leader in our family department at Slater and Gordon Lawyers in London.
She is a sensitive and skilled family law solicitor who handles cases surrounding divorce, cohabitation, domestic abuse, surrogacy and adoption.
Her particular expertise lies in disputes concerning children which include residence, contact arrangements, international custody disputes and international child abduction.
Hannah stands out from most other family solicitors because she is able to undertake the advocacy for her clients within court proceedings from the very first hearing right through to the last.
Her calm, inquisitorial nature is perfectly suited to the most emotional and complex cases and she promotes a conciliatory and non-confrontational approach. This means she will try and resolve issues amicably and without recourse to the courts.
However if necessary, Hannah is also a confident and experienced court advocate and boasts a robust determination to ensure the best outcome for her clients.
- Family law
- Children matters
- Cohabitation disputes
- Financial settlements
- Contact arrangements
- Since September 2012 Slater and Gordon
- Keele University
- College of Law, Nottingham
- Member of the Law Society’s Children Panel
Recent Testimonials for Hannah Cornish
“Hannah was very professional, patient and supportive throughout, listening to us and clarifying any doubts we had. The final result was positive. We’d be happy to recommend Hannah and her team.”
Mr and Mrs S, Watford
“From our first meeting through to this final order I have been extremely impressed by both the highest standards of your personal service and your professional grasp and prompt communications.”
Police Officer, Bedfordshire
“We just wanted to say thank you for everything you did for Amber. It was a very stressful situation for her and you made it much more bearable by being forthright, efficient and at times very shrewd! Hopefully now this will be the end of it and they can get on with being Daniel's parents. Thanks again for everything and take care.”