Catalina Lowe

Senior Associate

Private Client

Catalina advises on all aspects of private client law including drafting complex wills and trusts, lifetime and succession planning, powers of attorney and estate administration (including cross-border estates), capacity issues and Office of the Public Guardian / Court of Protection applications.

Catalina is a specialised lawyer assisting high net worth individuals and families. She also enjoys working together with entrepreneurial clients, art administrators and trustees.

She qualified as a solicitor in 2016.

Work highlights


Advised on the division of agricultural assets and estate planning for a farming family who described themselves as “asset-rich and cash poor” and where “sweat equity” played a major role.


Assisting a widow with domicile election and saving £512,000 inheritance tax.


Helping a family with their UK wills that had been accidentally revoked by subsequent Spanish wills which meant that years of careful planning of their UK estates (worth approximately £40 million) could have been lost.

Recent articles


Tax change has a knock-on effect on gifts to charities abroad

Gifts to any charity in the EU or European Economic Area no longer qualify for a relief commonly granted to UK charities


Media spotlight

UK tax change has a knock-on effect on gifts to charities abroad

Catalina Lowe has written for FT Money about the recent changes regarding tax relief for charities and the subsequent IHT implications

Catalina Lowe