Family Law Solicitor
My ex took my son from me and wouldn't give him back, but with Lowri’s awesome help he’s home where he belongs.Olwyn
From start to finish the support and service I received from Lowri Walters of Simpson & Millar was second to none. She was professional, understanding of my situation, and she guided me through court proceedings from start to finish. It was a really difficult and upsetting time for me, she supported me through the whole journey and I cannot thank her enough. Her hard work has made such a difference and I will be forever grateful. Thank you LowriLauren
I sought help and advice with a sensitive family matter at a time when I didn't know which way to turn. I am so grateful to Lowri Walters for the guidance and reassurance I received. My instructions were dealt with swiftly and professionally and I can honestly say she made a bad situation much for bearable. I would definitely recommend and I wouldn't hesitate to return to her and this firm in the future if required.K
This includes cases involving non-matrimonial assets, overseas assets including assets in Poland, Gibraltar and the UAE, inherited wealth, pensions and complex business structures.
She has also had experience with joining overseas parties into proceedings, obtaining freezing orders to prevent a spouse disposing of overseas assets prior to financial settlement, and add back of assets and funds into the matrimonial pot.
Lowri has also advised upon cohabitation matters including separation agreements and property ownership disputes for unmarried couples. In addition, she has handled private children disputes, including cases involving child arrangements and child maintenance.
Lowri is a fluent Welsh speaker and can advise Welsh-speaking clients in this language.
Lowri worked at a Legal 500 firm, Morgan LaRoche Solicitors, for more than five years before joining Simpson Millar. She trained at the firm and qualified into Family Litigation in 2017.
Prior to becoming a Solicitor, Lowri graduated from the University of Exeter with a 2:1 degree in Psychology, before earning a Distinction in the Graduate Diploma of Law and Legal Practice Course at Swansea University.
OG v AG EWFC 52 – a £20 million financial remedy case considering the impact of Brexit, COVID-19 and a rival company set up by the husband during the divorce on the value of a business. The case also considered the husband’s financial and litigation misconduct.
Professional Memberships & Accreditations
Lowri is a member of Resolution and trustee of the Women’s Equality Network (WEN) Wales, an organisation which works towards a Wales free from gender discrimination.
Interests outside of work
Lowri enjoys yoga, running, skiing, walking her dog and socialising with friends.
She is also co-founder of UBI Lab Swansea, a not-for-profit organisation working towards securing a Universal Basic Income Pilot in Swansea.
UBI Lab Swansea was instrumental in getting Swansea City Council to pass a motion in support of piloting a Basic Income in December 2020, and getting a commitment from the Welsh Government to pilot a basic income in Wales.
Lowri also volunteers at pro-bono clinics with the University of South Wales.