Natalie M. Beckmann
Natalie M. Beckmann is the third generation of women attorneys in her family. Her focus in family law is to guide clients through complex and difficult decisions involving children, pre-and post-nuptial agreements, non-marital arrangements, restraining orders, alternate dispute resolution, post decree matters and issues regarding domestic violence.
Previously named a Washington Law & Politics "Rising Star," Natalie has contributed to published works in the Washington Family Law Deskbook and has spoken at legal seminars about children’s adoption and records law. She recently presented on the current law re same-sex marriage in Washington at a WSBA seminar entitled: “Divorce Washington Style: The Practical Guide to Dissolution.”
Demonstrating a sincere commitment to community service, Natalie serves as Volunteer Attorney for the King County Domestic Violence Clinic and the King County Bar Association Pro Bono Advice Panel. She has volunteered for PONCHO (Patrons of Northwest Civic, Cultural & Charitable Organizations) and completed the Washington Guardian Ad Litem training.
Natalie received her B.A. in environmental science from the University of Virginia and graduated cum laude from Seattle University's School of Law.