After achieving a Finance degree from Boston College and Law Degree from Suffolk University, Martha joined her father's law practice in Lowell in 1990. She worked together with her father and had jury trials in State and Federal Court for wrongful death, medical malpractice, products liability, civil rights claims and misappropriation of trade secrets.  She now focuses on Elder Law, Probate Litigation and Civil Litigation. She is also licensed in New Hampshire. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Massachusetts Academy of trial attorneys and New Hampshire Bar Association. She is also a member of the Greater Lowell Bar association, an association that named her lawyer of the year in 2014.

Attorney Martha E. Howe

Attorney Arielle S. Howe
Arielle Sarah Howe, Esq. is an associate attorney at Howe Legal. Arielle received her Bachelor's degree from Stony Brook University in 2011 and her Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School in 2014. Prior to joining Howe Legal, Arielle was an associate at La Salle, La Salle & Dwyer in Sea Cliff, New York where she predominately focused on Health law and Elder law handling guardianship proceedings for both institutional and private clients. At Howe Legal, Arielle will focus on Elder Law, Guardianships, Probate and Civil Litigation.


Arielle is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, Greater Lowell Bar Association and New York State Bar Association. She is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of New York.



Richard P. Howe - Founder
(1932 - 2015)

In 1965, Richard P. Howe was a young lawyer with a Political Science degree from Providence College and a law degree from Suffolk University. That year he started a law business and was elected to the Lowell City Council.

 

 

For the next 40 years he worked as a trial attorney and politician, building a reputation of courage and integrity. He had jury trials in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine and California while serving an unprecedented 40 years on the City Council including 8 years as Mayor. The City of Lowell recently honored him by naming the new 32 million dollar bridge the Howe Bridge.