Olivia was born and raised in Helena, MT. When she turned 18, she left Montana to explore the world, complete college, go to law school, and practice as a lawyer in Idaho. Now that she is home where she belongs, her dedication and passion make her an exceptional attorney.
In between mastering her skills in the courtroom, Olivia is increasing her knowledge of estate planning, property law, and resolving family disputes amicably. Our clients are fortunate to have her on their side and Lowy Law benefits from her presence in the office every day.
Kai Puhrmann graduated from the University of Montana School of Law in 2016. As a law student, Kai interned for Smith & Stephens focusing on appeals and habeas corpus cases. He also completed a two year clinical internship with the Montana innocence Project, ultimately winning the 2016 Freedom Fighter Award for "unshakable enthusiasm and boundless dedication to freeing the innocent and preventing wrongful convictions."
Before law school, Kai spent two decades in the construction industry doing everything: owning and operating a small residential construction company, managing an entire division of an international construction company, starting and owning one of the largest commercial steel framing and drywall companies in Montana.
Kai also served an EMT/firefighter for many years with the DNRC, US Forest Service, and a rural fire district. Kai fought fires in Montana, Idaho, and Colorado, working through the ranks to Single Resource Boss and then Strike Team Leader as a member of an elite initial attack crew during some of the worst fire seasons in recent history. His undergraduate degree is a BS from MSU-Northern in Auto Technology.
Kai's real world experience and legal background gives him unique insight into construction, personal injury, contract, criminal and employment law. Kai enjoys spending time at the lake with his family, fishing, competitive shooting, snowmobiling, and pretty much all outdoor activities.
Kathleen Molsberry is an associate attorney at Lowy Law, PLLC.
Prior to joining the firm, Kathleen clerked for the Honorable Robert G. Olson with the Montana Ninth Judicial District Court, spanning four counties. Kathleen obtained a unique perspective of the courtroom from the bench through the eyes of Judge Olson and was exposed to a wide variety of legal issues. A large part of Kathleen's time was spent assisting the judge with unrepresented parents litigating custody matters.
Kathleen graduated from the University of Montana School of Law in 2014 where she served as the Articles Editor of the Montana Law Review and completed a clinical internship with the Missoula County Attorney's Office. Kathleen received her undergraduate degree from Montana State University.
Kathleen's current practice includes civil litigation, family law, and criminal defense.
Before joining Lowy Law, Crissy ran preschools throughout Missoula. Over the years, she has been employed as a school and family based counselor, has acted as a CASA volunteer, and through her own small business services has supported several community based non-profit programs and multiple families. Crissy graduated from the University of Montana with a Psychology degree, emphasizing in Human and Family Development.
Natalya has a professional background which includes the technology and financial sectors as well as work as a paralegal at Altshuler Berzon, LLC in San Francisco. She is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently pursuing her teaching license for secondary history and government at the University of Montana, Western. Natalya serves on the Board of the League of Women Voters of Montana and is a certified yoga teacher. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, cooking, hiking, and spending time outdoors.
Before coming to Lowy Law, Ellen graduated from the University of Montana Davidson Honors College with High Honors. She has served as a legislative intern, an editor of the Oval literary magazine, a mentor, and a Presidential Leadership Scholar recipient. She was born and raised in Missoula.
Ellen left Lowy Law to travel to the globe before attending law school, Class of '22