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Natasha Biggs

Work 01634 828277
Furley Page Solicitors

Work Department

Dispute resolution


Associate specialising in bankruptcy, insolvency, debt recovery and commercial dispute resolution


Trained at Wellers Law Group, qualified in 2008; solicitor at Pritchard Joyce & Hinds, Beckenham (2008 to 2013); joined Furley Page in 2013 (Associate from 2017).


R3: The Association of Business Recovery Professionals, Affiliate member of The Chartered Institute of Credit Management, Kent Law Society.


Fort Pitt Grammar School for Girls, Rochester;  Brunel University (2003 LLB); College of Law, Store Street (2005)


Reading, Piano, D.I.Y., Trustee of Hand in Hand Foundation Worldwide.

South East: Finance

Insolvency and corporate recovery

Within: Insolvency and corporate recovery

The insolvency department at Furley Page Solicitors provides an 'effective service' during corporate insolvencies and claims by or against directors, with special emphasis on the construction industry. 'Open, clear and honest' Chatham-based associate Natasha Biggs represented a distributor and installer of audio-visual equipment in its retention-of-title claims against the liquidators of a nightclub in order to recover assets that were taken after the nightclub had closed. Another highlight was a £600,000 misfeasance claim issued against two clients who are former company directors, where Biggs was assisted by dispute resolution team lead Peter Hawkes in Canterbury. The third member in the team is insolvency and civil litigation partner George Crofton Martin.

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