Lindsay represents clients in a full range of family law matters, including:
- Complex matrimonial matters
- Non-dissolution matters
- Custody and child support
- Equitable distribution and support
- Premarital agreements
- Domestic violence issues
She is also well-versed in sophisticated matrimonial litigation and alternative dispute resolution.
Before Fox Rothschild
Lindsay was previously a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas J. Walsh of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Union Vicinage, Family Part, Matrimonial Division, as well as a judicial extern to the Honorable Thomas C. Moore of the Superior Court of New Jersey's Chancery Division, Family Part, Essex County. Before joining Fox, Lindsay worked at two New Jersey boutique matrimonial law firms.
During law school, she also clerked at a Jersey City family law firm and a Newark law firm. Lindsay interned at the Seton Hall Law Center for Social Justice in the Family Law Clinic and served as a student advocate for the Southern District of New York Mediation Practicum.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Lindsay volunteers as a pro bono attorney for Unchained At Last, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women and girls leave or avoid arranged/forced marriages and rebuild their lives. There, she represents a client seeking a divorce from a forced marriage.
Lindsay sits on the board of trustees and is the secretary for Hudson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and is a member of the District VI (Hudson County) Ethics Committee. Additionally, she is a Barrister of the Justice Virginia Long Family Law American Inn of Court, and a member of its programming committee.
Lindsay also works with Volunteer Lawyers for Justice, where she assists litigants with navigating the divorce process and preparing post-judgment pleadings for child support modifications.
Honors & Awards
- Selected to the "Super Lawyers - Rising Stars" list for Family Law in New Jersey (2017-2019)*