Lindsay A. Gunia is a Shareholder in the Marital & Family Law Department. She specializes in handling complex cases for high-net-worth individuals and business owners. Her experience includes the preparation of intricate prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, paternity issues, and dissolutions of marriage dealing with equitable distribution, business valuations, alimony, child support, and parental responsibility and timesharing.
Throughout her career, Lindsay has served on various committees and has held numerous positions within the state and local bar associations. She has participated as a speaker and has authored multiple articles as well as continuing legal education and webinar materials on a variety of family law matters.
Prior to joining the Firm, Lindsay was a partner at a boutique Miami family law firm, and has practiced marital and family law exclusively for over 10 years. She also previously served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Judith L. Kreeger, Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida. Lindsay began her professional career in the financial services industry obtaining her series 7 and 63 licenses.
- Judicial Intern, Honorable Judith L. Kreeger, Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
Professional & Community Involvement
- The Florida Bar Family Law Section
- Support Issues Committee, Secretary
- Continuing Legal Education Committee
- Publications Committee
- Ad Hoc Health and Wellness Committee, Vice-Chair, 2020-2021
- FAMSEG eNewsletter, Prior Editor, 2019-2020
- Miami-Dade County Bar Association, Member
- Health and Wellness Committee, Co-Chair, 2020-2021
- American Bar Association, Member
- Florida Association of Women Lawyers, Miami-Dade County Chapter, Member
- Leadership Miami, 2010-2011
- Spotlight Award, The Florida Bar Family Law Section, 2020
Publications & Presentations
Where do we Stand? An Examination of Florida’s Standing Family Law Orders
The Florida Bar Family Law Section Commentator|September 2019
Adjudication and Modification of Child Support
Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc|January 2017
Navigating the Muddy Waters of Off-Shore Assets: A Primer to Locating and Valuing Off-Shore Assets
Attacking an Expert
Drafting Marital Settlement Agreements and Avoiding Post-Judgment Pitfalls
Crawford v. Barker, 64 So. 3d 1246 (Fla. 2011), making clear that general language in a marital settlement agreement designating ownership of a plan, policy, or account is simply not enough to ensure that the death benefits of the same will be retained by the designated owner and his or her estate.
CABA Briefs|May 2012
In the Media:
Senior-level hires and promotions for the week of Aug. 9, 2021
Miami Herald|August 2021
Shareholder Lindsay A. Gunia Joins Marital & Family Law Team in Coral Gables Office