Alexis “Lexi” Lindvall



Lexi earned her law degree at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. And that seems appropriate. With her intellect, winning attitude, and innate skills, Lexi’s already on track to make quite a name for herself in the practice of law.

Over the years, she has excelled in handling virtually every aspect of family law, from litigation to mediation; case initiation to client retention; final judgement to post-decree modification and appeal. But Lexi says high-conflict child custody matters are her primary focus – and, given her record of success in these cases, we can see why.

“I love working with people,” Lexi says. “I have a BA in psychology from Auburn University [summa cum laude] and I know this helps me guide my clients through the many fraught matters we deal with in family law. I’ve been told I’m empathetic, an outside-the-box thinker, and great to work with. And that’s wonderful, but what I really like to hear is that I’ve helped my clients build better lives for themselves and the people they care about. That’s the reason I do what I do.”

Lexi has always been an achiever: At Auburn University, she was a National Hispanic Scholar, University Presidential Scholarship recipient, and a consistent Dean’s List and Honors College member. In law school, she was an executive board member and online media editor for the Law Journal for Social Justice, and a research assistant at the school’s mediation clinic. She is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the State Bar of Arizona, and is admitted to practice in all state courts in Texas.

Professional Memberships and Affiliation

  • State Bar of Texas, Member
  • State Bar of Texas (Family Law Section), Member
  • Dallas Bar Association (Family Law Section), Member
  • Collin County Bar Association, Member
  • Collin County Women Lawyers Association, Member
  • State Bar of Arizona
  • United States District Court, District of Arizona