Natalie Boorer is a senior associate in our Will, Trusts and Probate team with over 18 years private client experience specialising in wills, estate and lifetime tax planning, administration of estates, lasting powers of attorney, and Court of Protection matters. Natalie is patient and pragmatic, helping clients find their way through difficult situations.
Prior to joining B P Collins, Natalie worked for a leading West London regional law firm for 12 years, advising on all aspects of private client work, with particular expertise in issues relating to mental capacity and financial abuse. Natalie has previously served as a panel deputy for the Court of Protection, 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 the Legal 500 (2015) and she has spoken widely on issues relating to mental capacity.
Outside the office
When not working, Natalie is kept busy looking after her two young boys. When she has time, she enjoys playing the piano, and working on her allotment where she keeps chickens and attempts to grow vegetables!
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