Attorney Natalie McGee loves zealously advocating for women. Women are often defined by their role as a wife or mother, despite being so much more. To Attorney Natalie McGee, assisting women who are transitioning to a new (better) life and helping remove the legal roadblocks along the way is the most meaningful part of being a divorce attorney.
Women are often defined by their role as a wife or mother, despite being so much more.
Attorney Natalie McGee is originally from the Cleveland area. Natalie attended the prestigious Scripps College of Journalism at Ohio University, where she was the acting director of Students Defending Students. Natalie attended The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. During law school, Natalie worked for the Franklin County Public Defender’s Office, where she was immersed in courtroom dynamics and trial practice. Natalie has argued in front of Ohio Courts of Appeal and the Ohio Supreme Court.
In her domestic practice, Natalie enjoys litigating child-related issues, negotiating with Guardian ad Litems, and sifting through text messages and subpoenaed bank records in search of that silver bullet. Natalie also has a passion for defending women in criminal matters and serving as a Marsy’s Law Attorney to victims of domestic violence and other abuse.
In 2021, Attorney Natalie McGee, along with her partners Katie Woodford and Hari Sathappan founded Woodford Sathappan McGee. Through WSM, Natalie is able to apply her expertise and skill set to fighting for women in need.
In her limited free time, Natalie loves listening to true crime and history podcasts and will always make time for a solid brunch. Natalie lives in Powell with her husband, two young children, and their little dogs.
Attorney General’s Public Service Mock Trial Competition
Scripps College of Journalism
The Post, Associate Editor
Students Defending Students, Acting Director