Caitlyn M. Lindsey-Hood Associate
Caitlyn Lindsey-Hood has vast experience in the courtroom, successfully representing countless clients in child custody and high-asset divorce actions. A product of a parenting plan, Caitlyn has a unique familiarity with divorce and custody issues. This personal background made Caitlyn passionate about helping divorced parents build a stable future for their families.
Caitlyn is a skilled litigator, having successfully represented clients at hearings on motions, temporary hearings, multi-day bench trials, and several multi-day jury trials. Caitlyn is also experienced in litigating complex financial issues, having dealt with numerous cases requiring business valuation, income analysis, and the pursuit of hidden assets. Additionally, in 2017, Caitlyn attended the Georgia Child Support Worksheets training, presented by Rogers Economics.
Caitlyn received her law degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where her trial experience started. While there, she was vice chair of the Trial Advocacy Board and competed nationally in ABA Mock Trial Competitions.
Caitlyn now acts as the vice president of the Forsyth County Bar Association and is a member of the Young Lawyer’s Division of the State Bar. She also participates in Georgia’s High School Mock Trial program, previously as an assistant coach and now as a judge at regional competitions.
Caitlyn is a college football and restaurant enthusiast. She enjoys cooking, learning about wine and food, and traveling in her spare time.
- University of Mississippi School of Law, 2014
- B.A., Political Science, University of Georgia, 2012
- Professional or Industry Involvement:
- Forsyth County Bar Association Vice President and Past Treasurer, 2017 – present
- Community or Pro Bono Involvement:
- Georgia High School Mock Trial Competition, Regional Judge, 2017
- Georgia High School Mock Trial Competition, Assistant Coach, 2015 – 2016
- William F. Gates Scholarship Finalist, University of Mississippi, 2014