When a sound mutual agreement is the goal, access to the right local divorce attorney is the key to providing you and your family with the best path forward.
A commanding presence, yet even-tempered and professional—Lindsey M. White brings a serious intimidation factor into the courtroom. As both a mother and stepmother, she also brings real-world perspective to what works for modern families and can translate practical considerations into persuasive arguments that resonate with judges and GALs.
Lindsey forges a bond of trust and collaboration with her clients that give them comfort and confidence in facing their legal issues. Lindsey appreciates that family law matters are sensitive and stressful, so her goal is not only to achieve the best possible result for her clients, but to achieve those results in the way that does the least harm and leaves her clients with the most options for healing and moving forward.
Lindsey’s clients say she is a great listener and great communicator who cares about her clients. In fact, it is her analytical sense and emotional intelligence that combine perfectly to help her zero in on solutions. Lindsey knows what is best for her clients isn’t just solving their immediate issue, but solving the underlying problem that will prevent the issue from arising again.
University of Milwaukee, B.A.
Western Michigan University, J.D.
Western District of Wisconsin
Eastern District of Wisconsin
Attorney White has been recognized nationally on a number of occasions for her dedication to her craft.
Lindsey is a graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Western Michigan University and has a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Lindsey’s commitment to family law causes is demonstrated in her history of affiliations with the below association(s):
University of Milwaukee, B.A. Criminal Justice
Western Michigan University, J.D.
“I would highly recommend Attorney White and her team for your family law issues. Very pleased I selected this firm!”
“Attorney Lindsey White has been representing me since back in 2016. I have never hesitated to reach out to her when I felt most unsure about my child custody issues. She as always can pick up where we always have left off.”
“We are going to put a shield around you”, is what Attorney Lindsey White told me during one of the most uncertain times in my divorce proceedings. I completely felt that way the whole time Lindsey was handling my case. Every time we spoke, emailed, or had general discussions I always felt confident she had mine and my children’s best interests in mind. Lindsey’s recommendation of the guardian ad litem we used proved to be the best advice/decision she could have gave me. Without Lindsey’s experience, expertise and professionalism I feel like my case would not have worked out as well for me and my children. Thank you so much Lindsey I couldn’t be happier with the work you have done for me and my family. I would recommend Attorney White to anyone that needs a family practice Lawyer.”
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