Katie is recommended by the legal directories Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners for her experience in all aspects of family law.

Katie has particular experience in:

  • Divorce and separation;
  • Financial settlements on divorce;
  • Variation of existing Court Orders including variation of on-going spousal maintenance;
  • Enforcement of existing Court Orders;
  • Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements;
  • Applications for protection from domestic abuse including controlling and coercive behaviour;
  • Arrangements for children including the care arrangements for children, specific issues such as schooling and cases involving allegations of domestic abuse;
  • Financial claims on behalf of children.

Chambers and Partners 2023 says Katie is "an excellent lawyer and a hard worker who gets results. "Katie is unflappable and good on the details. Chambers and Partners 2022 includes one client report stating that Katie “has an excellent ability to identify everything crucial. She is very good at making the right judgement calls."

Legal 500 2022 says “Katie Lowe has considerable expertise across both children and financial remedy law. She displays a particular aptitude for handling difficult clients in a calm and measured manner”. In the 2019 Legal 500 Katie was described as being ‘professional, personable and competent’.


Katie graduated from the University of Leeds with a First Class Law degree during 2004 and went on to complete her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in Chester in 2005 gaining a distinction.

Katie joined top tier firm Pannone & Partners as a trainee solicitor during September 2005 and qualified as a solicitor there in September 2007. Katie spent the next 9 years working in the family department with one of the senior partners who also sat as a Deputy District Judge.

Katie joined JMW in July 2016 as a Senior Associate solicitor and became a Partner within the department in May 2018.

Katie has contributed to various legal publications and has delivered lectures to other family law practitioners. Katie also contributed to the Resolution Case Law Handbook.