Natalie is a senior lawyer in our private client team who specialises in helping individuals who don’t have the mental capacity to make their own decisions.
Natalie has 20 years’ experience in private client work, and specialises in Court of Protection and mental capacity matters, long-term care planning and cases of financial abuse of a vulnerable person.
For several years Natalie was as a member of the Office of the Public Guardian’s Panel of Professional Deputies, being appointed by the Court of Protection to assist vulnerable clients nationally with the management of their property and financial affairs.
She has extensive experience of the long-term management of vulnerable clients’ affairs and has also represented clients and their families at hearings in the Court of Protection.
Natalie also advises clients on all aspects of private client work, including wills, estate and lifetime tax planning, administration of estates, and enduring and lasting powers of attorney.
Her expertise has been previously recognised by the independent legal directory, The Legal 500, and she speaks widely on issues relating to mental capacity and long-term.
Natalie is a member of the Private Client Section and has been appointed by the Alzheimer’s Society as a Dementia Friends Champion.
She has presented seminars and workshops on mental capacity issues to organisations including Carers Bucks, Admiral Nurses, and Barnet Carers. She has also been published by the Law Society’s Private Client Section.