Natalie Hughes is a solicitor in the Family Department and works as a member of the team at the Harpenden office.
Natalie advises clients in relation to a broad range of family law issues arising on the breakdown of marriage or cohabitation, with a particular emphasis on the financial claims that arise on divorce. She has experience of dealing with cases where there are assets of substantial value and issues relating to family businesses and tracing assets. Natalie also advises on all private children law matters, from disputes about residence and contact arrangements to the relocation of children outside of the jurisdiction.
Natalie regularly represents clients at Court hearings and has experience in conducting hearings relating to matrimonial finances and children issues.
Natalie also advises in relation to protecting assets by entering into pre and post nuptial agreements and cohabitation contracts.
Natalie is committed to dealing with cases in a sensitive but practical manner. She works hard to achieve the best possible outcome for her clients.
Natalie is a member of Resolution.
Prior to joining Taylor Walton in 2011 Natalie studied Law with French at the University of Sheffield, spending one year at the University of Bordeaux. She then obtained a distinction in the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, London. She qualified as a solicitor in 2013.
Natalie is recommended in the Legal 500 2017 for dealing with cases involving a cross-border element.