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Lindsey M. White

Joins Probst Law Offices as Associate Attorney

Lindsey White, an experienced lawyer with background in family law and estate planning, has joined Probst Law Offices, Wauwatosa, as an associate attorney.

White practices a full spectrum of family law including divorce, separation, child support, custody, adoptions and guardianships. Her estate planning work encompasses wills, trusts and powers of attorney (POA).

She comes to Probst Law Offices from Thorpe & Christian in Delavan, where she practiced family law and handled traffic and municipal forfeiture cases. She served as municipal prosecutor for the Village of Fontana.

White is a graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Western Michigan University. She holds a B.S. in criminal justice from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

White is admitted to practice in the Wisconsin Bar, and belongs to its Family Law Society. She is a member of the bar associations in Racine, Kenosha and Walworth counties, and American Inns of Court, a professional legal association. She represents Probst Law Offices in the Wauwatosa Chamber of Commerce and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Opened in 2015 by prominent local family law attorney Jane E. Probst, Probst Law Offices offers experienced representation in all areas of family law to clients throughout southeast Wisconsin. Probst, a veteran family law practitioner, is a certified Family Law Mediator and listed as an AVVO Leading Lawyer. The office has a specialty practice in equine law, addressing legal issues related to business, contracts and litigation involving horses.

More information is available by calling (414) 210-3135 or visiting


Education: J.D., Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Western Michigan University; B.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Probst Law Offices
1011 N. Mayfair Road, Suite 203

Wauwatosa, WI 53226

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