Hannah Worricker


Private Client

Advises on the administration of trusts and estates, drafting wills, LPAs, Court of Protection and how to minimise the risk of a claim against an estate.

Hannah’s previous experience in Private Client disputes (specifically those concerning trust, estate, succession) and inheritance disputes. including financial provision claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, places her in a unique position to advise on non-contentious Private Client matters, particularly when a client needs advice on how to structure their estate planning to reduce the risk of a potential claim.

Hannah has acted for beneficiaries, executors, trustees and administrators. She brings a wealth of Private Client knowledge to DMH Stallard’s Private Client team.

Hannah qualified as a Solicitor in 2010.

Work highlights


Acting for the executors of a £1,000,000 estate with cross-border assets.


Preparing Wills for several blended families with accompanying letters of wishes.


Acting for executors in expediting a grant application as an offer to buy the deceased’s property was accepted pre-death.

Memberships and Associations

The Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS)

Currently undertaking STEP qualification.

Recent articles

Media spotlight

DMH Stallard noted as one of the best firms for championing women

legalbusiness.co.uk writes about the number of female professionals ranked in leading legal directory Legal500, with DMH Stallard holding 14 rankings across 20+ departments in the latest edition.



Controversy surrounds remote Will witnessing amidst rising inheritance disputes

The once lawful practice of remotely witnessing Wills is to be removed due to a surge in contentious inheritance disputes



£5,000 fine if you’re in hot water with HMRC and don’t even know it?

Three common scenarios that require registration with the Trust Registration Service (TRS) established by HMRC that you may have missed.



Tax change has a knock-on effect on gifts to charities abroad

Gifts to any charity in the EU or European Economic Area no longer qualify for a relief commonly granted to UK charities