Natasha Stourton

Partner | London

Secretary Emily Williams


Natasha is a partner in our trust, estate and inheritance disputes team.

She advises on a wide range of trust and succession disputes both onshore and offshore, including trustee/beneficiary disputes, contested probate and 1975 Act claims, and professional negligence in the context of estate planning and trust administration.

She also advises on Court of Protection matters, including statutory wills, lifetime gifts, contested registrations and Powers of Attorney.

Natasha Stourton "is clearly heading for great things; she has a real presence and is very well liked," says one source, while another notes: "She's very bright and able - a future star", by Chambers HNW 2020. She is also recommended as a 'Rising Star' by Legal 500 2020.

She is described as 'an outstanding lawyer', 'unflappable and has good technical knowledge'.

'She is approachable, she makes time for clients and she has a really sensible head on her shoulders'.

Natasha has contributed to the past two editions of The Law Society's Probate Practitioner's Handbook and the most recent edition of Jordan's International Trust and Divorce Litigation.

Me in a minute

I am acutely aware of the emotional strain of litigation.. that's not to say I can't fight if I need to

I wasn't one of these people who always knew they wanted to be a lawyer, but now I can't imagine being better suited to any other job! I can usually find an argument in favour or against most positions. This, combined with being patient (which is how one of my clients described me to Legal 500) and possibly pedantic, makes litigation a neat fit.