Attorney Hannah Krispin concentrates her practice exclusively in the areas of immigration law and family law. Born in Brazil, Hannah moved to Israel before making her permanent home in the United States; she maintains close ties with Israel and Brazil. As an intellectually curious person who lived in three countries and experienced their different legal systems, the practice of law was a natural fit for Hannah. Committed to excellence, she chose to open her own immigration law practice so that she could ensure the highest quality representation at every stage of her clients’ cases.

Hannah Krispin understands how deeply a legal issue can affect her clients’ lives; as an immigrant herself, she has been through the legal process and understands its challenges. She began by serving the local immigrant community in Boston, including small businesses; she now represents clients from all over the world, including businesses that want to begin or expand operations in the United States. With the strategic insight that comes from years of practice, Hannah effectively anticipates issues her clients may face, streamlining the legal process for them. She is fluent in Portuguese, Spanish, Hebrew, and English, and speaks conversational French.

Hannah’s family law practice was an outgrowth of her immigration work. Clients who had come to trust her with their immigration needs naturally turned to her for assistance in their most personal legal concerns. Whether representing clients in immigration law or family law matters, Hannah’s purpose is the same: to stand by her clients' side and advocate diligently for their interests. Hannah’s clear, direct communication, exceptional experience, and fierce advocacy assure her clients that their legal matter is in capable hands from start to finish.

In addition to her private practice, Hannah serves as legal counsel for the Brazilian consulate in Boston since 2016. She is a frequent guest on local radio shows and provides pro bono legal services for several local and national organizations serving immigrants and families. She is also regularly interviewed about legal issues by a variety of news stations. In her free time, Hannah enjoys reading (especially history and historical fiction), spending time with her family, and caring for her dogs, Lola and Mordechai.

Licenses and Admissions to Practice
  • Massachusetts
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
  • U.S. Supreme Court