Natalie Lile is an HTL (hometown lawyer) in her hometown of Frankfort, Kentucky, who used to be a TBL (tall building lawyer) in Washington, DC, Richmond, Virginia, Louisville, and Lexington. She is married and the mother of high school-aged boy/girl twins. Natalie graduated from Western Hills High School in Frankfort in 1987, from the University of Kentucky in 1991, and from Georgetown University Law Center in 1997. She worked in Washington, DC, and Virginia for 10 years after graduating from Georgetown.
In 2007, Natalie moved home to Kentucky and worked for Stites and Harbison's Louisville and Lexington offices. She loves being back home. Natalie has graduated from Leadership Frankfort (Class of 2011), Leadership Central Kentucky (Class of 2010) and Leadership Kentucky (Class of 2012).
In January, 2011, Natalie opened her law office in downtown Frankfort. She has represented clients in the areas of family law, divorce, custody, surrogacy, corporations, LLCs, 501(c)3 qualification, wills, estate planning, probate, real estate, foreclosure defense, credit card collection defense, and social security disability. Natalie has been appointed by the court to represent parties in dependency, neglect, and abuse cases and to act as a guardian ad litem in adoption and custody cases.
In 2017, Natalie was sworn in as a member of the Franklin County Schools Board of Education. In January 2012, Natalie joined the Board of Directors of the Franklin County Women's Shelter and served as the vice president and president. Natalie has served as the President of the Board of Directors of Leadership Central Kentucky and the President of the Franklin County Bar Association. She has also served on the boards of the Bluegrass Theatre Guild and Downtown Frankfort, Inc.