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Natalie Leone joined Littleton Legal in 2020. We are grateful to have her as an attorney on our team.  She has extensive experience in business, civil and criminal law on both sides of the aisle. She is licensed to practice law in both Texas and Oklahoma and is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, where she serves as a committee member for the Women in Law Committee, the Texas Bar Association, the Ft. Bend County Bar Association, the Tulsa County Bar Association, and the Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity.

Natalie graduated from Oral Roberts University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Management, The University of Tulsa College of Business in 2008 with a Master of Business Administration, and The University of Tulsa School of Law in 2008 with a Juris Doctorate. Prior to joining Littleton Legal, she worked as an associate at a defense firm where she focused primarily on insurance defense and estate planning, worked for Bank of Oklahoma as the primary tax guru for large estates, practiced with a boutique estate planning firm, coached other attorneys as an elite trial consultant, and served first as a prosecutor then as a public defender for Tulsa County. In addition to her vast legal experience, Natalie has also launched several businesses as an entrepreneur. She understands balancing all the competing needs of a business and loves helping families and businesses thrive. Natalie’s practice at Littleton Legal is primarily focused on probate, trust administration, and all things related business law related for for-profit companies and non-profit organizations.

Natalie currently resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma with her three fabulous children and their two rambunctious puppies. She volunteers time in her children’s classes at Union Public Schools and serves on the Broken Arrow Museum board. She is a member of All Souls Church and enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing nerdy boardgames, doing overly ambitious home improvement projects, and gliding around a ballroom dance floor.

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