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Michele Sacks Lowenstein:

Michele Sacks Lowenstein is a Principal in Lowenstein Brown, A Professional Law Corporation.

She has been a practicing attorney for over 28 years and is a Certified Family Law Specialist.

In 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2011 Ms. Lowenstein was named one of the top attorneys in San Diego County by the San Diego Daily Transcript.

Ms. Lowenstein has been selected as a Super Lawyer in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 by the the national Super Lawyers Magazine.

Ms. Lowenstein was named one of the Top 25 Women San Diego Super Lawyers in 2007.

Michele Lowenstein is the Chairperson of the Family Law Section for the San Diego County Bar Association.

Since 1992, Ms. Lowenstein has served as a Settlement Conference Judge and Judge Pro Tem for the San Diego County Family Law court and Small Claims Court.

Michele Lowenstein has been featured on numerous radio shows, including the Power Women Magazine radio show and the KNX radio, discussing issues as diverse as collaborative divorce and the impact of the economy on divorce.

Ms. Lowenstein has been interviewed by the U.S. News and World Report, the San Diego Union Tribune, the San Diego Uptown News, and the San Diego Lawyer Magazine.

Ms. Lowenstein has extensively lectured on the topic of family law to attorneys, other professionals, and the general public. She has been a lecturer at Second Saturday – What Women Need to Know About Divorce, for the past 19 years.

Martindale-Hubbell recognizes Michele Sacks Lowenstein as an AV® rated attorney, the highest such rating available to any lawyer.


Michele Lowenstein was a member of the committee drafting legislation to require parents to support their children past the age of 18, if the child is still enrolled in high school. The committee was successful and the legislation became effective in 1985.

Ms. Lowenstein participated in the San Diego Certified Family Law Specialists subcommittee, which drafted the San Diego Local Rules for the appointment of counsel for minors.

Ms. Lowenstein is a seminar host and speaker for women's groups, non-profits, church groups and more on topics of divorce and family law.

Michele Lowenstein is a monthly columnist for the Gay San Diego, a local publication. Her columns focus on addressing the often overlooked legal complications faced by the GLBT community in Family Court.

Michele Lowenstein co-hosts a video series with Elizabeth Brown, also a principal of Lowenstein Brown, that answers divorce questions posed by anonymous internet users. Since its inception in 01/2010, the series has been viewed many thousands of times.

Ms. Lowenstein has authored numerous blogs and articles to educate those who are considering, are in the middle of, or are past a divorce, about California family law and the difficult emotional issues involved in separations.

In a Library of Articles on the firm’s website Ms. Lowenstein hosts legal guides dedicated to extensively detailing specific legal processes for the benefit of the visiting public.

Michele Sacks Lowenstein posts links to articles of interest, resources, and tips to maintain a healthy perspective on divorce on the Lowenstein Brown Facebook page, a venue in which her posts receive thousands of visitors per month.

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