Frances Casey Lowe Wins Rose Deep Kitchen Award
Frances Casey Lowe was recently named the Tallahassee Women Lawyers’ Rose Deeb Kitchen Award winner. This prestigious honor is presented annually to recognize a woman in the Second Judicial Circuit who has overcome adversity and hardship on her path to becoming an accomplished attorney.
Frances Casey Lowe, or “Francie” as most know her, is a trailblazer— she exhibits qualities both as an accomplished attorney and a role model for young female professionals. “Francie values and looks for opportunities to share the wisdom and experience she has gained in her life experiences, seeking to help other women build a path through the complex environment of legal services into a unique and fulfilling career,” her nomination reads. “Her values, combined with her intricate knowledge of the law and expert negotiating skills, ensure that her clients receive the highest level of representation.”
Francie is a licensed attorney with over 34 years of practice in business, real estate, and estate and probate law. She is a member of the Florida Bar and Georgia Bar and specializes in commercial and real estate law, estate planning and administration, and franchisee relations. In addition, she is an experienced attorney and general counsel serving clients with business planning and executive management counsel.
As Founder and CEO of Frances Casey Lowe, P.A., and Lowe Title Services, Francie has provided clients in Leon, Wakulla, and surrounding counties with quality legal services. Ms. Lowe values business efficiencies and processes.
Lani Musgrove, Licensed Title Agent with Lowe Title Services, said, “I have had the honor of working with Francie for more than twenty years. During this time, she served as the CEO of a national corporation during the company’s exponential growth. I followed Francie as she set out into private practice and opened Lowe Title Service. Francie has continued to be a consummate professional, community volunteer, devoted wife, and mom, all while being a mentor to many other women and me.”
Tallahassee Women Lawyers was established in 1980, organized and dedicated to promoting the status of women in the legal community and the community at large and creating, improving, and maintaining supportive networks between members in the legal profession through cooperation, respect, and good friendship.