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Eleanor specialises in Family Law, undertaking both children and financial remedy work. Eleanor is a robust and forthright advocate, whose compassionate and supportive approach towards clients achieves the highest level of client care.
Public Children Proceedings
She has appeared on behalf of Local Authorities, parents and guardians in public work, with experience in the High Court. She has experience on cases with a range of challenges from allegations of neglectful parenting, being beyond parental control, substance misuse, emotional, physical and sexual abuse.
Private Children Proceedings
Within her private children work, she has represented parents and 16.4 guardians. Eleanor’s experience encompasses a wide variety of issues including serious domestic violence, allegations of sexual abuse, parental alienation, covert recording and substance abuse. Eleanor has represented parties through multi-day fact-finding hearings addressing sensitive issues and contentious points of law.
Family Law Act Proceedings
A thriving practice representing clients within injunction proceedings; she successfully represents both applicants and respondents. Dealing with matters swiftly and considerately, she is able to ensure that clients secure a positive resolution.
Financial Remedy Proceedings
Eleanor provides a detailed and nuanced analysis of a client’s circumstances in a manner that allows them to better understand their position. She offers realistic and pragmatic advice from start to finish, allowing clients to make better decisions about their future.
BPTC Advocacy Scholarship from University of Law
Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
Midland Circuit
LLM Masters of Law
Bar Professional Training Course
Graduate Diploma in Law
BSc Business and Management

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No5 Barristers’ Chambers is delighted to announce that Hannah Court has joined the Family Group....

Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2022
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Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2020