Professionals

Hannah White-Gibson

Attorney

Professional

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Dauphin County Bar Association
  • Cumberland County Bar Association

Biography

Since 2011, Hannah has focused her practice on a wide array of areas within the family law realm, including divorce, custody and support issues. She is trained in both the mediation and collaborative processes, which allows her to provide her clients with several non-traditional options for resolving their sensitive family issues outside of the litigation process. Her family law practice includes representation of her clients in other areas of the law that are triggered by a divorce including real estate transactions, estate, and financial planning.  As an attorney, Hannah  has worked for a title company reviewing real estate files, conducting settlements and working with the Realtors® and paralegals in preparing settlement packets.  She works closely with Realtors® and lenders in her divorce practice to connect her clients with area professionals to assist with listing homes for sale, refinancing current mortgages and preparing deeds.

Prior to joining Mette, Evans & Woodside, Hannah practiced family law at two smaller firms in the Central Pennsylvania area in addition to being a solo practitioner for several years.

Hannah earned her J.D. from Widener University School of Law, where she was a chair member of the Widener Women’s Law Caucus.  She received her undergraduate degree from Lycoming College with a bachelor’s degree in political science.

As a Cumberland County native, Hannah continues to reside in the Mechanicsburg area with her family and two dogs. Away from the office, Hannah enjoys hiking, gardening and traveling.

Education

  • Widener University School of Law, J.D.
  • Lycoming College, B.S. Political Science

Articles & Media

Pennsylvania Adopts PFAS Standards

Pennsylvania Adopts PFAS Standards

Pennsylvania has enacted a statewide drinking water limit on PFAS, two forms of highly toxic chemicals, nicknamed “forever chemicals.” The rule sets a limit of 14 parts per trillion for perfluorooctanoic acid and 18 parts per trillion for perfluorooctane sulfonic acid, and applies to all 3,117 water systems in the Commonwealth. 

How to Contest a Will and Win in PA

How to Contest a Will and Win in PA

If there’s a glaring problem with a will, and you wish to contest it, here’s what you should know. Learn more from Mette Evans & Woodside.

A New Year’s Resolution: Estate Planning

A New Year’s Resolution: Estate Planning

Estate planning, despite the growing number of available resources designed to educate and assist the general public with this important process, can still be a very difficult topic to tackle.