Natasha Alsop

Associate Solicitor

Background and expertise

Natasha has practised family law since qualifying as a solicitor in 2003.  Natasha started her career in a large regional firm, Ashfords, where she trained and remained for 15 years. Natasha then spent several years practising in South Devon before joining the firm in 2023.

During her many years of practising as a solicitor, Natasha has gained extensive experience in all aspects of family law and advises on issues of living together, including the preparation of living together agreements, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, separation, divorce, division of the family assets, civil partnership dissolution, domestic abuse and private children matters. Natasha’s experience includes advising on complex business arrangements and pension arrangements, division of assets in family businesses with an agricultural basis and cases involving acquired wealth and inheritance.  Natasha has experience of assisting clients who are unmarried and seek advice on property ownership and rights of occupation.

In matters involving children, Natasha is experienced in assisting clients to finalise parenting agreements and can assist clients in all applications to the court to decide where a child should live, what time they spend with each parent and specific issues that may need addressing such as a child’s schooling.  Natasha is experienced in dealing with relocation cases.

Natasha will support clients who have reached agreement to finalise those arrangements but is equally adept at negotiating settlements and agreements to protect client’s current and future wealth. If a settlement cannot be reached, Natasha is experienced in representing clients at all stages of the court process.

Natasha’s approach is to provide pragmatic and realistic advice to clients with an emphasis on reaching agreement without court intervention if possible. Natasha is a member of Resolution and is a Law Society Accredited Family Scheme member.

Spare Time

In her spare time, Natasha enjoys playing netball, exploring the Devon countryside by walking with her family and volunteering at her local cricket club where she is also the nominated safeguarding officer.  Natasha also volunteers as a local authority governor for a federation of schools in Devon.

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