About
    Natasha

    Natasha is a solicitor in the Private Client department and handles a range of private client matters, including the preparation of wills, succession and inheritance tax planning, lasting powers of attorney, estate administration and probate. 

    She has experience working with a variety of both domestic clients and those with foreign domicile and assets.  Natasha works with a network of trusted third-party advisors to provide a comprehensive service to clients. Clients appreciate Natasha’s empathetic nature and her ability to give clear and concise advice and guidance at what can be some of the most testing times in our clients’ lives. 

    Natasha is an affiliate member of STEP Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and working towards the Diploma in Tax and Estates and becoming a full TEP. Natasha also speaks fluent French.

    • Drafting UK wills for both domestic and international clients 
    • Obtaining grants of probate and UK estate administration 
    • Re-seal of foreign grants and estates with overseas assets or beneficiaries
    • Tax and succession planning 
    • Trusts and joint property ownership
    • Lasting powers of attorney and applications to the Court of Protection 
       
    • 2020 – Present | Seddons, Solicitor 
    • 2018 – 2020 | Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP, Solicitor 
    • 2017 – 2018 | Dixon Ward Solicitors, Trainee Solicitor 
    • 2016 – 2017 | Rosling King LLP, Paralegal
    • 2015 – 2016 | University of Law, LPC
    • 2013 – 2014 | University of Law, GDL 
    • 2008 – 2012 | University of Leeds, BA (Hons)

    Firmwide awards

    • British Italian Lawyers Association
    • Chambers 2019
    • Indian Council of Arbitration
    • Legal 500 2019
    • Solicitors for the Elderly
    • Super Lawyers
    • Times Best Law Firm 2020
    • UK Lawyer Top 200 - Listed Firm 2019
    • Who's Who Legal

    Recent articles by Natasha

    LPAs in Lockdown

    Private Client Solicitor Natasha Southam considers the benefit of making Lasting Powers of Attorney and how to adhere to the Government's guidelines....

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