Natalie Tomiello, originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, joined the RMP team as an Associate Attorney in the Johnson office in February of 2022. Natalie’s journey in the legal field has been marked by a strong commitment to her clients and a deep understanding of the law, making her a valuable asset to the firm.
Natalie’s earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Arkansas. Her dedication to the legal profession led her to continue her studies at the University of Arkansas School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctorate in 2013. As a law student, Natalie honed her legal skills, preparing her for a career dedicated to upholding justice and advocating for her clients’ best interests.
Before joining the RMP team, Natalie served as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Washington County. This role not only enhanced her courtroom experience but also sharpened her ability to navigate complex legal matters with precision and professionalism. Her experience as a prosecutor has provided her with valuable insights into the intricacies of the legal system, making her a well-rounded attorney capable of addressing a wide range of legal issues.
Natalie’s current practice areas at RMP encompass a diverse array of legal disciplines, including Guardianships, Estate Administration, Trust Administration, Estate Planning, and Long-Term Care Planning. Her dedication to these areas reflects her commitment to helping clients navigate critical life decisions, ensuring their assets are protected, and their wishes are carried out effectively.
Beyond her professional life, Natalie finds balance in her personal pursuits. She and her husband have made their home in Fayetteville, and in their free time enjoy traveling, Razorback sports, and spending time with family and friends.
- University of Arkansas B.A. 2007
- University of Arkansas M.A. 2010
- University of Arkansas J.D. 2013
- Probate Estate and Trust Administration
- Estate Planning
- Long-term Care Planning
ASSOCIATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
- Arkansas Bar Association (Probate and Trust Section)
- Washington County Bar Association
- National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys