At Oven Law we specialize in the accessibility of family law and are obsessed with getting our clients the absolute best results possible in a collaborative, compassionate and clear way. We know that family life transitions are challenging and we are committed to easing the pain of the process by bravely standing up for your rights and needs. Our goal is to give you peace of mind that you have the absolute best advocate fighting for you in your corner to help you get through the process as seamlessly as possible. We pride ourselves on being responsive and accessible for open communication and on our ability to offer our services at the absolute most affordable rate possible.
2740 Windguard Circle Suite 102
Wesley Chapel FL 33544
Uncontested divorces, certain modifications and minor criminal law charges.
I am a virtual office so my hours are flexible
Our law firm practice model offers clients accessibility to their case on a virtual portal. Clients can look up their case file any time they wish, ask questions, and make notes regarding changes they wish to see on specific documents. This saves the client money as the attorney does not have to bill clients for answering questions that can be easily answered if they had the case to reference.
The number one strength would be client communication and accessibility to the client's case. A Dissolution of Marriage or child support/custody issues can be a very stressful time, and this firm encourages clients through the process.
Natalie believes that strong communication skills are crucial in effectively advocating for her clients. Natalie has spent her education and training enhancing her litigation skills.
Natalie first obtained her undergraduate degree from Baylor University, majoring in Speech Communications and graduating with Honors.
Natalie went on to study law at Stetson University College of Law. She was the sole student selected in her class first semester of law school to participate in the Moot Court Board. Where she then participated in several competitions and won best oralist in the Worker's Compensation Competition in 2008. Additionally, Natalie's team won second place in the Orseck Criminal Procedure Competition in 2007. Natalie has also been recognized for her advocacy skills by being the sole recipient of the prestigious E. Harris Drew Memorial Award for written and oral advocacy. Also while at Stetson, Natalie dedicated herself to serving those less fortunate, and was recognized at graduation for her public service.
Natalie continued to enhance her skills by working as an Assistant State Attorney in Polk County, Florida. Natalie started in misdemeanor and was quickly promoted to prosecute general felony cases. She then was moved to the Crimes Against Children division, where she prosecuted felony crimes against children, including capital cases. During her time as an Assistant State Attorney, Natalie brought over fifty cases to jury trial, and has argued countless motions.
Natalie opened her own practice with the desire to be a strong advocate for her clients. She offers candid advice and strives to be in continuous communication with her clients regarding their pending cases
Honors Speech Communications, 2006
Stetson University College of Law
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