Lindsey Alexander, Partner & Collaborative Lawyer
Lindsey is a Partner and Collaborative Lawyer in the family team at TWM Solicitors. She has extensive expertise in dealing with separation, divorce, children and financial claims upon the breakdown of family relationships whether in the context of marriage, civil partnership or cohabitation. She has extensive experience of advising and seeking to preserve assets in complex financial cases involving family businesses and offshore assets for high net worth individuals. Lindsey is experienced in private law children disputes including dealing with residence, contact and leave to remove children from the jurisdiction. She also advises on pre and post-nuptial agreements frequently on behalf of non-domiciled residents based in London. Lindsey also has considerable experience in dealing with disputes following the breakdown of relationships between non-married couples, often involving a portfolio of properties. She also has experience in surrogacy.
She was awarded in 2014 the Help and Support for Separated Families (HSSF) quality mark, consistently promoting parents working together after relationship breakdown
Lindsey adopts a pragmatic approach in dealing with her clients, looking to adopt the most constructive process to achieve a fair outcome. She seeks to deal with matters in a conciliatory way where possible, but has the experience and confidence to guide and support her clients through the Court process as necessary.
Lindsey joined the Firm from Memery Crystal in 2012 and has been named a leading lawyer for family and matrimonial law since 2011 in the Citywealth Leaders List published by Citywealth for those working in private wealth management. The current edition says. "Lindsey continues to be an extremely pragmatic and constructive family lawyer working to ensure that matters are dealt with in a sensible, constructive and pragmatic fashion, even when the wheels are potentially going to come off a pre-nuptial agreement. She has extensive experience of all areas of family law including financial claims, children disputes and property claims between unmarried couples. Her sunny disposition means that even when dealing with the most difficult situations, they are approached calmly and constructively with the intention of finding a way forward for the clients."
Recommended for family
Legal 500 2016