Natalie Boorer is a senior associate in the Wills, Trusts and Probate team.
Natalie has particular expertise in issues relating to long-term care planning, mental capacity and Court of Protection matters, and cases of financial abuse.
Clients regard her as patient and pragmatic, helping them to find their way through difficult situations.
With nearly 20 years’ experience, Natalie advises on all aspects of private client work, including wills, estate and lifetime tax planning, administration of estates, lasting powers of attorney, and Court of Protection matters.
Natalie served as a panel deputy for the Court of Protection for several years, being appointed to manage the personal affairs of mentally incapacitated clients and has represented clients and their families at Court of Protection hearings.
Natalie’s expertise has previously been recognised by independent legal directory, The Legal 500 and she speaks widely on issues relating to mental capacity and long-term care planning.
Natalie has been published by the Law Society’s Private Client Section.
Natalie has been appointed by the Alzheimer’s Society as a Dementia Friends Champion.
Outside the office
Natalie is kept busy looking after her two young boys. When she has time, she enjoys playing the piano, running and working on her allotment where she keeps chickens and attempts to grow vegetables.
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