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Hannah Travis

Associate Attorney


Hannah graduated cum laude from Ohio University, in Athens, Ohio, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Sociology-Criminology and Psychology. She also played golf for the Ohio University Women’s Golf team. Hannah then earned her Juris Doctor degree from Capital University Law School, in Columbus, Ohio, where she was a Teaching Assistant for Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing, and a Student Peer Advisor.

Practice Areas

Hannah is engaged in the general practice of law, with an interest in: Domestic Relations and Juvenile Law. Domestic Relations law includes, but is not limited to: divorce; dissolution; child custody; paternity; visitation; child support; and antenuptial agreements.

Professional Awards

In law school, Hannah was on the Dean’s List.

Professional & Community Affiliations

Professional – Hannah is a member of the Fairfield County Bar Association, as well as the Ohio State Bar Association.

Community – In high school, Hannah participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program here in Lancaster. She has since re-joined the program and currently serves as a Big Sister. Being a Big Sister means that Hannah acts as a mentor for her Little Sister. She picks her up a few times a month and takes her to do different activities around the area, such as hiking, bowling, swimming, going to the movies, and other activities. Hannah is also a member of the Young Professionals of Fairfield County and The Rivet Society.

Personal Information

Hannah is a lifelong resident of Fairfield County, Ohio, and currently resides in Fairfield County, Ohio with her boyfriend. In her spare time, Hannah likes to golf, shop, and spend time with her friends and family.

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