Natasha focuses her practice primarily on estate planning, probate and civil litigation. She has extensive experience in administering and settling complex and contested decedent’s estates, handling will contests, establishing guardianships and conservatorships, and drafting estate planning documents.
Natasha is a frequent speaker on the topics of estate planning and probate.
Prior to joining Angstman Johnson, Natasha worked for a large law firm in Memphis, Tennessee, where she practiced in the areas of estate planning, tax, probate, civil litigation and bankruptcy.
Natasha graduated from Southern Methodist University with B.A. degrees in both Political Science and Advertising. She received her J.D. from the Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University.
When she is not practicing law, Natasha enjoys traveling with her husband, volunteering in the community and helping entrepreneurs build a successful online presence for their business.
“Estate Planning Basics: Client Interviews & Planning for Incapacity”
“Probate & Inheritance in Idaho” Presentation for the Idaho Land Title Association
“Drafting Basic Estate Planning Documents: Client Interviews & Key Elements of Effective Wills”
“Ethical Considerations in Tax Law and Charitable Planning with Retirement Plan Assets”
“Using Living Trusts and Powers of Attorney as Estate Planning Tools”
“Planning Methods to Control Medical Treatment”
“Asset Protection after the Tennessee Investment Services Act”
“Foreclosures: How Bankruptcy Changes the Landscape”
“Expert Testimony: Going Back to the Basics: An Analysis of Federal and State Law Governing the Admissibility of Expert Testimony”
“Law Practice Ethics”
Author, “Expert Witnesses: Judges call into question whether experts help juries or replace them,” special to the Memphis Business Journal, 2005″
Licensed since 2004
Hourly ($250/hour), Fixed (Sometimes)
Cash, Check, Credit Card
Natasha is an intelligent, hard working and aggressive attorney. She offers her clients a great wealth of knowledge in the area of probate law. I have personally observed Natasha in a courtroom setting and have always come away extremely impressed with her instincts and acumen. I endorse this lawyer.
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|ID||Authorized to practice law||2009||06/13/2015|
|Attorney||Angstman Johnson||2009 - Present|
|Associate||Glankler Brown, PLLC||2004 - 2009|
|Law Clerk||Cynthia Johnson Rerko, P.C.||2003 - 2004|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Idaho State Bar, Taxation, Probate and Trust Law Section||Chairman||2014 - Present|
|Idaho State Bar, Taxation, Probate and Trust Law Section||Vice Chair||2013 - 2013|
|Idaho Women Lawyers||Member||2011 - Present|
|Idaho State Bar||Member||2009 - Present|
|Idaho State Bar, Taxation, Probate and Trust Law Section||Secretary/Treasurer||2009 - Present|
|The Advocate (Idaho State Bar)||The Idaho Attorneys’ Guide to Avoiding the McWill or McTrust||2013|
|Memphis Business Journal||Expert Witnesses: Judges call into question whether experts help juries or replace them||2005|
|Southern Methodist University||N/A||J.D.||2004|
|Southern Methodist University||Advertising||B.A.||2001|
|Southern Methodist University||Political Science||B.A.||2001|
|The Probate Process From Start to Finish||Uncovering the Laws of Intestacy and How They May Apply & Managing The Inventory||2013|
|Drafting Effective Wils and Trusts||Fundamental Principles of Will Drafting||2013|
|Estate Administration Procedures: Why Each Step Is Important||Foundations of Estate Administration Defined and Preparing to Begin the Administration Process||2012|
|Idaho Land Title Association Conference||“Probate & Inheritance in Idaho”||2011|
|Estate Planning Basics||“Estate Planning Basics: Client Interviews & Planning for Incapacity”||2011|
|Real Property Foreclosure: A Step-By-Step Workshop||“Foreclosures: How Bankruptcy Changes the Landscape”||2010|
|Drafting Basic Estate Planning Documents||Drafting Basic Estate Planning Documents: Client Interviews & Key Elements of Effective Wills||2010|
|Using Living Trusts and Powers of Attorney as Estate Planning Tools||Using Living Trusts and Powers of Attorney as Estate Planning Tools||2008|
|CLE-Ski||"Asset Protection after the Tennessee Investment Services Act"||2008|
|Ethical Considerations in Tax Law and Charitable Planning with Retirement Plan Assets||Ethical Considerations in Tax Law and Charitable Planning with Retirement Plan Assets||2007|