Natalie Elisha Law Offices of Natalie Elisha 855-635-4742
Trusts and Estates
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Natalie Elisha, Esq. is the founder of Elisha Law PLLC. The firm specializes in trusts and estates, asset protection and elder law.

Natalie’s practice area is focused on Family and Asset Protection. She specializes in implementing intricate planning structures into the overall business and estate plan to protect those assets from creditors, predators, lawsuits and taxes.

Natalie’s prior experience was at a boutique trusts and estates and elder law firm and a real estate development company in Manhattan. Natalie also serves as a coach and judge at St. John’s University School of Law where she has taken teams national in mediation and negotiation competitions. Natalie is a proud graduate of SUNY Binghamton where she finished her undergraduate degree with a double major in PPL and Philosophy, two years early. She is an advocate and a mentor for college students encouraging them to attain their goals and reach unbelievable success. She has been a speaker at Binghamton University about Alumni and Career Success and teaches about Negotiation Techniques as a Guest Professor at St. John’s University School of Law for the Dispute Resolution Society.

Natalie is extremely involved with NYC business professionals. She serves as the President of Business Network International Chapter 48, where she has spearheaded 200% growth since her appointment as President. Furthermore, she is a mentor in NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners) and a member of WPN (Women’s Power Network). Natalie is also the membership chair of the Exit Planning Institute of New York and is a founding committee member for the Business Owner’s Forum held annually. She also sits on the Harpur Law Council Board and is a member of the Trial Lawyers Executive Committee for NYSBA (New York State Bar Association). Further, she is a professor teaching about Negotiation techniques and Estate Planning at Marino Bar Review and CLE and is a speaker at AARP educating seniors about their estate planning pitfalls.