Role: Associate Solicitor

Elisabeth Karlowski

Elisabeth Karlowski

Elisabeth qualified in 2005 into a predominantly criminal law firm. Within a short time, she moved to a practice that dealt solely with Family Law and specialised in Care, Children, and Family Law. Her particular area of practice evolved throughout her career, and she now primarily focuses on dealing with issues involving children.

Elisabeth joined Cartwright King Solicitors in 2024, bringing almost 20 years of experience to the Child Care team. She has extensive experience in all areas, including specializing in complex cases and assisting a wide range of clients, including those who are involved in serious allegations of physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and non-accidental injury.

She aims to achieve positive child-focused solutions for her clients and helps people when they are often at the lowest point in their lives. Every client has their own unique experiences, and she strives to provide realistic advice to achieve the best possible outcome.

Outside of work, Elisabeth enjoys hikes and going to the gym.

Advises on Following Areas of Law

Elisabeth primarily advises on matters within Family Law, with a particular focus on areas such as Care, Children, and Family Law. Within these domains, she offers counsel on various issues, including but not limited to child welfare, custody disputes, domestic violence, and related legal proceedings. Her expertise extends to handling complex cases involving allegations of physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and non-accidental injury, among other matters concerning the well-being of children and families.

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