Natalie was called to the Bar in 2008 by Gray’s Inn and cross-qualified as a solicitor in 2010.
Prior to joining Morr & Co in September 2021, Natalie was Head of the Private Client Wills, Trusts and Probate Team at a central London firm.
Natalie has a mixed practice and specialises in Wills, Trusts, estate administration, lasting powers of attorney, court of protection and inheritance tax mitigation. Natalie acts as an executor, trustee, attorney and deputy and takes great pride in looking after and supporting her clients and their families. She has assisted in the administration of high net worth estates with cross border issues, misappropriated assets, repossessions, sham marriages, property portfolios, missing and difficult beneficiaries.
Natalie is an affiliate member of STEP, an honorary legal advisor for the Citizen’s Advice Bureau since 2013 and for more than four years has mentored students at the University of Kent and the College of Law. Natalie was ranked in Chambers HNW Guide 2018 as an “Associate to Watch” and won Private Client Lawyer of the Year in UK Lawyer Monthly Magazine Private Client Awards 2018.
Natalie has spoken at events both nationally and internationally on a range of matters including digital assets, estate administrations, Wills, Trusts and inheritance tax mitigation.
Natalie is a keen basketball player for over 20 years and has been fortunate to win many tournaments and leagues, playing at Wembley Arena twice.
She also enjoys swimming, cycling and hiking and has completed various challenges to raise money for charity. Recent achievements include the London to Paris Bike Ride, National Three Peaks Challenge in under 24 hours, wing walking, Surrey Ride 100 and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Natalie also enjoys being a little creative and makes cards to raise money for charity.
Natalie was excellent, she was knowledgeable and helped me to create a will that truly represented my wishes.