A Wyoming native, Ms. Winegar is Managing Partner of the firm. She focuses her practice in the areas of estate planning, trust and estate administration, business planning, real estate, mineral law and health law. Her practice is located primarily in the firm’s Cheyenne and Denver offices. Ms. Winegar represents companies in all stages of their development. She serves as general counsel for several private trust companies which manage assets in excess of $4 billion. Ms. Winegar’s practice covers a broad range of real estate transactions, including real property acquisition and disposition, development, leasing, financing, formation of entities for real estate investment and development, as well as preparation of drilling and division order opinions. She is also experienced in counseling physicians and physician practice groups on practice organization, sale, acquisition, management, and regulatory compliance issues.
Ms. Winegar received a bachelor of music degree with honors in trumpet performance and a minor in political science from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2000, and a J.D. with honors from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2004. She is licensed to practice law in Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska. She is a member of the Laramie County Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association (Real Estate Section), Southeast Wyoming Estate Planning Council, and is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), the leading worldwide professional body for practitioners in the fields of trusts, estates and related issues. She was also an Adjunct Professor of Law (Estate Planning) at the University of Wyoming College of Law for the Spring semester of 2012.
Ms. Winegar’s practice offers a comprehensive, values-based approach to wealth transfer, extensive experience handling a variety of business and real estate transactions, and efficient approaches to trust and estate administration. Her background in the performing arts uniquely equips her with a creative and results-driven practice.
Ms. Winegar is a member of the Cheyenne Community Advisory Board of Jonah Bank of Wyoming. She is a former member of the Board of Directors of Cheyenne LEADS, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation, University of Wyoming College of Law Advisory Board, Greater Cheyenne Arts Advisory Council, Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors, and served by appointment of the Wyoming Supreme Court as a member of the Lawyer Mentoring Program Implementation Board, having previously co-chaired the Wyoming State Bar Association Mentoring Committee with partner Tom Long.
From Chambers and Partners: Cheyenne-based Natalie Winegar is the firm’s managing partner. Winegar practises trusts and estates law, as well as real estate and natural resources. She also represents many physicians and healthcare professionals. Wyoming sources highlight Winegar’s “large client base” of high net worth clients and the “high-level” work she is involved with.