Lindsey is a passionate advocate for her clients and has a high aptitude for understanding the complex details of her cases and developing creative solutions. She has successfully handled high net-worth estates and high-profile clients, sometimes involving cross-over legal issues related to trust, bankruptcy and criminal law. She understands the emotional aspect of family law matters and seeks to empower her clients to reclaim control over their own destinies. Lindsey has represented clients across various professional backgrounds, including professional athletes, doctors, lawyers, dentists and real estate investors and developers. She also specializes in drafting premarital and post-marital agreements, representing grandparents in custody cases related to their grandchildren and developing creative solutions to paternity and termination cases.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Lindsey was an International Elite Gymnast and a member of the US National Team for three years. As a two-time National Champion, she represented the USA in numerous competitions all over the world. Thereafter, she not only competed for UCLA but was also the team’s undergraduate assistant coach and a member of the UCLA Bruin Athletic Council.
Notwithstanding her athletic success — academic success has always been her main focus. In high school, she was elected secretary of both her Student Council and National Honor Society, and ultimately graduated valedictorian of her class. Thereafter, Lindsey attended UCLA and became a recipient of UCLA’s Golden Paw Award for academic and athletic excellence. Continuing in her academic success, she was a member of the Order of the Barristers and excelled in Baylor Law School’s Dawson & Sodd, P.C., Moot Court Competition where she and her teammate won best first-year team and second-place team overall, thereby showcasing their appellate advocacy skills. As a result of this competition, Lindsey was chosen to compete in the Harold & Joyce Green National Security Law Competition in Washington, D.C.
Currently, Lindsey is a member of the Dallas Bar Association and the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers. With regards to her long-term goals, Lindsey admires and respects her father, Ike Vanden Eykel, and hopes to follow in his footsteps as a valued and highly regarded member of the Texas law community.
Education & Admissions
- Baylor University School of Law, J.D., 2014
- University of California Los Angeles, B.S., 2009
- Licensed in Texas
Honors & Awards
- The Best Lawyers in America®, Family Law, 2020-2023
- Texas Rising Stars, Thomson Reuters, 2022
- State Bar of Texas award for “Best Series of Substantive Articles” in the Dallas Bar Association Headnotes, for the article “Can My Mother-in-Law Fight Me for Custody?
Publications & Presentations
- Co-Presenter, “Cross-Examination Practical Tips and Techniques,” State Bar of Texas, 43rd Annual Advanced Family Law Course, 2017
- Author, “Can My Mother-in-Law Fight Me For Custody?” Dallas Bar Association: Headnotes, 2016
- Co-Presenter, “The Hearsay Rule of Evidence Practical Guidelines an Overview and Commentary,” South Carolina Bar Convention, Family Law Section, 2016
- Co-Author, “Texas Family Law Update,” General Practice Institute, Baylor University School of Law, 2016
- Co-Author, “Texas Family Law Update,” General Practice Institute, Baylor University School of Law, 2014
Professional & Community Involvement
- Dallas Bar Association, Member
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Member
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Foundation, Fellow
- Leadership Class, 2015
- Pro Bono Partners Committee, Co Chair, 2015-2017
- Political Awareness Committee, Vice Chair, 2015-2017
- Higginbotham Inn of Court, Associate, 2017
- Texas Young Lawyers Association, Director, 2018
- Texas Young Lawyers Association, Board of Directors for District 5, Place 4