Natalie J. Boocher has a general law practice, handling civil matters with a focus on elder, family and domestic relations law. Her elder law practice encompasses all aspects of long term care planning, including incapacity issues, special needs planning, wills, trusts, powers of attorney and guardianship. She represents clients in various civil, juvenile and family law proceedings, as well as probate and trust administration matters.
Ms. Boocher was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 2014 and the Indiana State Bar in 2016. She is also admitted to practice before the federal courts for the northern and southern districts of Indiana. You can write to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Arizona State University, B.A. 2008
• Arizona Summit Law School, J.D. 2013
• LaPorte County Bar Association
• St. Joseph County Bar Association
• Indiana State Bar Association
• Arizona State Bar Association
• Court Appointed Guardian Ad Litem
• Central Arizona Estate Planning Council, previous member
• Arizona Foster Care Review Board, previous member
• LaPorte County Habitat for Humanity, board member