Hannah is a paralegal working in our Community Care and Court of Protection team. Hannah runs a busy caseload of her own and is dedicated to protecting the legal rights of the most vulnerable people in society. Hannah has a warm and friendly manner and instantly makes client’s and those she works with feel at ease.
Before joining AH Solicitors Hannah worked as an independent mental capacity advocate (IMCA) with Plymouth Highbury Trust. She therefore has a vast amount of experience in the Mental Capacity Act and working with vulnerable adults and those that lack capacity. During her time as an IMCA Hannah was the advocate in many complex and difficult cases. Hannah is now a fearless and determined lawyer who wants to always achieve the absolute best outcome for her clients.
Prior to becoming an IMCA Hannah worked as a support worker with Plymouth Highbury Trust Community Support Service for learning disabilities. She has volunteered with groups such as Just People Probation Service where she helped ex offenders. She has also volunteered with various community groups where she has assisted in activities and groups for people with learning difficulties.
Adrian Hill, Kenneth Papenfus and Sarah Ackland have been representing the people of Plymouth, and the surrounding area,
for more than 80 years between them, relying entirely on recommendations and word of mouth.
Managing Director, Solicitor Advocate
Director, Duty Solicitor
Head of the Criminal Department
Head of the Court of Protection and Community Care Department
Accredited Member of the Law Society’s Mental Health Panel