Natasha TruyensSenior Associate | Family Law Attorney
Areas of Expertise
- Family Law
- Commercial Litigation
- Dispute Resolution
- Criminal Law
Natasha is an experienced High Court litigation attorney, specialising in family law matters such as contested divorces, parental responsibilities and rights, curator applications, maintenance enquiries and surrogacy agreements. She is passionate about pursuing justice for her clients through expert legal advice and action, and she believes that the reason clients choose her team to take care of their family and marriage issues is that they understand the importance of their trust and desire for rapid results.
“Using our extensive knowledge and experience, we aim to add value and practical solutions.”
Natasha received her BCom LLB degrees from the University of North-West and was admitted as Attorney of the High Court in 2016. She is a member of the Gauteng Family Law Forum and she has a Certificate in Advanced Programme in Insolvency Litigation and Administration Practice from the University of Pretoria.
She was one of Barnard Inc. Attorneys’ first-appointed Candidate Attorneys. In 2017 Natasha was retained as an Associate and then promoted to Senior Associate in the Litigation Department in 2019. Currently, she serves as the Head of Department of the firm’s Family Law team and is proud to be supported by an excellent group of like-minded professionals and administrative staff.
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