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Biography

Hannah Sparrow Solicitors was founded in 2009. We are a local firm of solicitors in Southend, dealing with Divorce and Separation, Family and Child Law and Landlord & Tenant disputes. Hannah Sparrow initially began her career as a junior industrial chemist, working her way up to being a research and development chemist in the pharmaceutical industry. Quite proudly, Hannah confirms the last scientific project she was involved with was the research and development of a medicine for children suffering from cystic fibrosis. After the birth of her daughter in 1991, Hannah went back to University to fulfil her lifelong ambition to study and qualify as a solicitor.

Since qualification, Hannah has acted for clients in relation to Divorce and Separation matters, Family and Child Law matters and Landlord & Tenant disputes. Hannah understands how difficult times can be following separation or where there are disputes in relation to children and also where landlords or tenants have issues in relation to housing matters. Hannah offers a listening ear and sound practical advice.

Knowing the difficulty these days, in arranging time away from work to deal with legal matters, Hannah offers a bespoke service which includes:
– VAT is not charged or collected with Hannah Sparrow Solicitors’ services
– “out of hours” appointments and home visits are available

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