Natasha Aspinall

Solicitor, Family & Matrimonial

Areas of practice

Employee Navigation Family & Divorce

Natasha qualified as a Solicitor in 2003. She joined us in our Family & Matrimonial department in November 2022, based out of our Balsall Common office. Natasha joins us from a local Solicitors firm where she worked as Head of the Family Law department for the last 5 years.

Natasha deals with a whole range of family matters whether they are straight forward or very complex. She spends 40% of her working time on family matters and 60% of her working time on matrimonial matters.

As a member of Resolution, Natasha works in accordance with their Code of Practice to deal with matters in a constructive manner. Natasha works with her clients to provide support and explore all options including not only the court process, but other methods of dispute resolution to best suit their individual needs.

Natasha is also a member of the Law Society‘s Family Law Panel and has been accredited since 2011. Accreditations within the panel show that the individual is a specialist in their area of law.


Professional Associations and Memberships:

The Law Society - Family Law Accreditation

Latest blog posts...

Is there a timeframe in which my ex spouse can make a claim against my pension?

8th January 2024
News Plus

A common point upon which we as Matrimonial Solicitors advise, is in relation to whether an ex-spouse can still make a claim upon your Pension even though you have been separated for a number of years - The answer to this is yes. Despite the fact that you and your ex-spouse may have separated some ten or fifteen years ago, if you remain married and have simply not yet got round to dealing with...

Guardianship: what exactly is this? Who can be appointed as a Guardian and who will care for my children if I die?

3rd April 2023
News Plus

The term ‘Guardian’ for lawyers means a parent or a person who takes over a parent’s responsibilities after their death.  Parental Responsibility (“PR”) means the rights and responsibilities to make decisions for a child who is under the age of 18. Mothers and married parents always, have PR.  Fathers who are named on the child’s birth certificate, or who enter into a...