Selby Lowndes Solicitors: Catherine Eddy, Jane Aizlewood, William Selby Lowndes

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William Selby-Lowndes

William Selby-Lowndes
Prior to setting up Selby Lowndes Solicitors in 2011, William was head of the family team at Darbys Solicitors in Oxford, regarded as one of the top firms in the South East for Family work. William qualified as a solicitor in 1995, and has specialised in family law ever since. William has been rated as a leading individual in the Chambers and Partners guide for several years.

William has particular expertise in complex cases involving the division of finances on divorce or separation, including cases where there are significant assets, owner managed businesses or farms.

William also has a reputation for dealing with cases where there is an international element involved, including child abduction, or where parents want to take their child to live abroad.

William lectures regularly on aspects of family law to teachers, school governors, doctors, accountants, and other professionals.

Memberships: A trained Arbitrator and collaborative lawyer.

Jane Aizlewood

Jane Aizlewood
Jane has specialised in family law since she qualified as a solicitor in 1997 and worked for Darbys in Oxford, one of the leading firms in the South East for family work in Oxford, for 12 years, before leaving to set up Selby Lowndes Solicitors in 2011.

Jane has wide experience of all types of family work, including divorce, separation, division of finances, injunctions and domestic violence, and has a particular interest in children cases.

Jane has a degree in Psychology and a certificate in Family Therapy.

Chloe Hubbert

Chloe was admitted as a Fellow to the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2006 and has fifteen years’ experience of working of advising in family law. She joined SLS in August 2015 having spent the previous eight years with Blake Morgan acting for clients all over the country and abroad and on all aspects of family law including divorce and financial matters, cohabitee disputes/trust of land issues and nuptial agreements.

Chloe has particular expertise in dealing with private law children issues including experience in complex cases involving serious allegations of abuse through to applications by one parent to relocate permanently abroad with children. As well as parents, Chloe also advised independent schools and the Police on such issues.

Chloe is a strong supporter of clients utilising, whenever appropriate, alternative dispute resolution. She was mentioned in the 2013 and 2014 editions of Legal 500 as being ‘renowned for her advice and calm approach to children work’.


Catherine Eddy
Catherine Eddy has been a family law solicitor for many years, and specialises in financial issues arising on relationship breakdown. She has had wide experience in dealing with complex cases and has long been recognised as a leader in her field by Chambers and Partners. Following her retirement as a solicitor she has stayed as a consultant continuing to provide us with the benefit of her experience and wisdom.

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