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  • Lindsay Jefferies Mohler

  • Lindsay Jefferies Mohler is a divorce and family lawyer with Troxell Leigh, P.C.  Lindsay joined the firm in 2014 and became a partner in January of 2018.  She practices civil litigation with a primary emphasis on family law and she chairs the firm’s Divorce and Family Law practice group.

    Lindsay advises clients on a variety of family law matters including divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, property division, prenuptial agreements and post-divorce modification. Lindsay regularly appears in the Circuit Courts and the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Courts in the counties of Loudoun, Fairfax, and Prince William. She has tried many cases involving child and spousal support, child custody and visitation, equitable distribution, and fault grounds for divorce.

    Lindsay is an experienced advocate for clients both inside and outside the courtroom. She routinely negotiates settlements outside the courtroom through attorney led settlement conferences and mediation. Lindsay works closely with each client to evaluate and accomplish her client’s goals through mediation, litigation or a combination of both, whichever suits the individual needs of each case. 

    Bar Admission:

    George Mason University (B.A., 2006) University of Richmond Law School (J.D., cum laude, 2010)

    Professional Honors:
    Northern Virginia Magazine Top Lawyers 2021
    SuperLawyers Rising Stars 2020, 2021 and 2022
    Virginia Business Magazine, 2020 “Legal Elite” (Family Law category)
    Virginia Business Magazine, 2013 “Legal Elite” (Young Lawyer category)

    Professional Speaking Engagements:
    “Child Support Guidelines and Deviations”, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association Family Law Seminar, 2017.

    “Maintaining the Privilege of Self-Regulation of Our Profession: Ethics for New Lawyers”, Virginia State Bar Professional Development Conference, 2017.

    “Getting the Most for Your Clients…The Right Way: Avoiding Ethical Pitfalls for New Lawyers, Virginia State Bar Professional Development Conference, 2016. 

    "Understanding the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act", McLean Bar Association, Co-Presenter, 2014. 

    "Identifying Income for Child and Spousal Support Purposes in the Commonwealth of Virginia", Virginia Office of Attorney General Statewide OAG CLE, Co-Presenter, 2013.

    Professional & Pro Bono Service:
    Virginia Women Attorneys Association, Loudoun Chapter
    Virginia Bar Association, Member
    Thomas D. Horne Leadership in the Law Camp, Committee Member
    Fairfax Bar Association (Young Lawyer's Section), Board Member, 2012-2014

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