Natalie Fritz is based out of the Fort Collins office, though she supports clients throughout Northern Colorado and Denver. She focuses her practice on business law, financing transactions, and real estate matters. Mrs. Fritz is licensed in Colorado and New York.
The daughter of a self-employed Illinois farmer, Mrs. Fritz grew up learning the challenges of growing and operating a successful business, as well as the importance of land. Inspired by her father, Mrs. Fritz has focused her career on helping businesses grow and succeed. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and International Studies from Saint Louis University, where her studies afforded her the opportunity to spend a semester in Madrid, Spain, studying Spanish. During college, Mrs. Fritz enjoyed being actively involved in the St. Louis community, volunteering for multiple animal shelters and a non-profit focused on serving schools and youth programs.
Mrs. Fritz attended law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where she focused her studies on commercial and corporate law. During law school, Mrs. Fritz had many externships to hone her commercial and corporate skills. Mrs. Fritz also served as a student senator for the Student Bar Association and treasurer for the International Law Society.
After law school, Mrs. Fritz worked as in-house counsel to a change management organization with entities in three countries and affiliates in over 100 countries. She negotiated intellectual property agreements with many of the top Fortune 100 companies, as well as national and international entities located in the healthcare, government, private and public sectors. Feeling the need to better serve those in her community and have the opportunity to work with people, Mrs. Fritz left this position to clerk for the Honorable Todd L. Taylor with the 19th Judicial District Court of Colorado before joining Coan, Payton & Payne, LLC. She is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, New York Bar Association, and Larimer County Bar Association.
Mrs. Fritz lives in Fort Collins with her husband; their two dogs, Amigo and Sam-E; and their two cats, Raja and Zeppy. She enjoys spending time in the mountains camping, hiking, skiing, and snowboarding, and traveling to different countries to learn about other cultures and lifestyles.