Couchman Hanson Solicitors joins the Community Matters Partnership Project

Published: Thursday 25 February 2021 by CMPP


A leading firm of solicitors with strong local connections across Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire have become the latest company to partner with The Community Matters Partnership Project. Couchman Hanson are an established law firm covering all areas of legal work in Liphook, Hampshire with offices in Haslemere and Crowthorne.  With many years of experience, they genuinely care about getting the best outcome for their clients. They pride themselves on always giving straightforward and practical advice, by offering city level expertise that is friendly and welcoming. Couchman Hanson is a company that values real engagement with its clients by being their trusted legal advisor in both personal and business matters and in forging relationships with the local community. 

Daniel Couchman is the Founder and Director and has more than 16 years’ experience in commercial litigation, employment and company commercial work, specialising in complex shareholder and directorial disputes. Prior to qualification Daniel worked for several years in Treasury and Banking and he has used that commercial experience to help hundreds of businesses, shareholders, directors, executives and employees.

Daniel commented, “By becoming a partner with CMPP we very much look forward to building on our relationships within the local community, helping to provide support where it matters most whilst at the same time strengthening staff wellbeing.  We believe this partnership will build upon our existing flexible working environment where staff can explore ways to contribute, by leveraging their skills and experience. We look forward to working with CMPP on future projects that can enable us to deliver on these goals.”

Tracy Jarvis, CEO of the Community Matters Partnership Project added “Couchman Hanson will join a growing network of local companies committing to the support of schools and charities in Surrey & Hampshire and we are absolutely delighted to welcome them on board. We very much look forward to working with them, drawing on their expertise and enthusiasm to the benefit of their local community.”