Natalie Gilbert’s practice focuses on estate planning needs for individuals and families and business succession planning, trust administration, asset protection, and adult guardianships. Natalie is passionate about serving her clients and helping to protect their assets and provide for their loved ones.
She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and received a minor in business. During college, Natalie served as the Vice President of Chapter Development for her sorority and was a Phi Beta Kappa fraternity member.
Natalie graduated with Distinction from law school. During law school, Natalie was an articles editor for the American Indian Law Review and a director for the Board of Advocates. She also clerked for the Honorable Robert L. Hudson with the Court of Criminal Appeals.
In her free time, Natalie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, trying new local restaurants, attending concerts, reading, and being involved in her church.
Natalie also enjoys serving and volunteering in her community. She is a member of SALLT Emerging Leaders, Estate Planning Council, and involved in several other organizations.
In 2022, Natalie published an article in the second edition of Estate Planning Strategies: Collective Wisdom, Proven Techniques called Special Needs Trusts, Protecting Beneficiaries with Special Needs and the Valuable Benefits They Receive.