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New Private Client Partner

Morr & Co’s Private Client department goes from strength to strength with the promotion of Natalie Payne into the Partnership

We are delighted to announce the promotion of Natalie Payne to the role of Partner in the Private Client team.

Natalie joined Morr & Co in September 2021, after serving as the Head of the Private Client Wills, Trusts, and Probate Team at a central London firm.

With her empathetic approach and a commitment to excellent client service, Natalie consistently delivers outstanding results. Her expertise includes drafting complex Wills, managing high net worth estate with cross-border issues, independent administrator estate administrations, handling difficult beneficiaries and advising on the creation and management of trusts. Natalie’s undertook the postgraduate course to become a barrister and in 2010 realised her heart was in becoming a solicitor.  She cross-qualified in 2010 and was admitted as a solicitor in the same year, this showcases her versatility and legal ability.

Catherine Fisher, Morr & Co’s Managing Partner commented “Natalie is a talented lawyer, who we are delighted has joined the Partnership.

Natalie has quickly become a highly valued member of our private client team in the short time since she joined us. Her technical ability as a lawyer, as well as her approach to dealing with clients and colleagues, adds further strength to our already outstanding private client team.”

Natalie’s exceptional achievements have earned her recognition within the legal community. In 2018, she was ranked as an “Associate to Watch” in the Chambers HNW Guide. The same year, she won the Private Client Lawyer of the Year award in the UK Lawyer Monthly Magazine Private Client Awards.

Natalie has also been shortlisted for the 2023 Lawyer of the Year Award, at the Surrey Legal Award Ceremony, which will take place in October. Click here to find out more about the awards.

Natalie is a member of SFE (Solicitors for the Elderly) and an affiliate member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners), further enhancing her ability to provide comprehensive solutions to her clients.

Morr & Co extends their warmest congratulations to Natalie and look forward to her continued contributions to the firm and the wider legal community.


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