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Namrita Notani Expands Tax, Trusts, & Estates Capabilities for Spencer Fane in Dallas Metroplex

October 4, 2023

Spencer Fane LLP is pleased to announce Namrita Notani joined the Tax, Trusts, & Estates practice group as an associate in the firm’s Plano office.

Namrita’s practice focuses on all aspects of helping clients develop effective and beneficial wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and other related estate planning documents. She prioritizes plans that minimize, defer, and eliminate taxes and ensure protection and disposition of all assets through easy-to-understand advice that gives clients a clear picture of their tax, trust, estate, and business succession plans.

Additionally, Namrita has experience as a trained mediator and has successfully settled many business and family disputes in a manner that avoided excessive costs related to protracted and expensive litigation.

“We continue to see increased need for legal services related to estate planning across the firm’s footprint, and Namrita brings a respected and diverse practice that expands capabilities for Spencer Fane in the Dallas Metroplex,” said Paul Sander, Office Managing Partner for Spencer Fane in Plano. “This was a wonderful opportunity to strategically grow our team with an attorney who fits well with our commitment to providing thoughtful, responsive and efficient client service.”

In addition to her legal practice, Namrita is certified to serve as a guardian ad litem in Texas and is a fellow of the American College of Legal Medicine and a member of the Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Asian American Bar Association, American Health Lawyers Association, and the American Bar Association. She serves on the Legal Ethics Committee and Elder Law Committee of the Dallas Bar Association.

Namrita earned a doctorate in dental medicine from Boston University’s Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine and earned her Juris Doctor from the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. Prior to starting her own law firm, she practiced dentistry in the Metroplex for two decades.