Ms. Simpson is an associate attorney at Polidori, Franklin, Monahan & Beattie, LLC. She has concentrated on practicing family law since she graduated from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law. Ms. Simpson is a passionate advocate who believes in the goal of reaching amicable resolutions for her clients.
Ms. Simpson handles complex domestic relations matters including high-conflict custody cases and complex financial disputes. She handles each case with an eye towards resolution in order to help her clients navigate the difficult emotional complexities they face in their litigation matters.
In 2003, Ms. Simpson received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Political Science from from Trinity College in Hartford Connecticut. A California native, Natalie moved to Colorado in 2006 to attend the University of Denver to pursue a Masters degree in Social work and earned her Juris Doctorate from DU Law in 2010.
In her free time, Ms. Simpson enjoys skiing, cycling, traveling, hiking and live music. Additionally, she serves as a mentor to two first year law students and a mentor for a high school student through Denver Urban Scholars.