Lyndsee D. Paskalis
Lyndsee's practice focuses on serving business clients with an emphasis in real estate and corporate matters, including acquisition and sale of real property, financing, commercial and retail leasing, condominium registration, title examinations, permitting, zoning and land use. She also provides a broad range of business law advice regarding entity selection and formation, corporate governance, contracts, franchising, license agreements and related matters. Lyndsee's strong background in these areas is critical in meeting the needs of our business clients, and her experience allows her to deliver high quality legal counsel on a variety of complex matters.
Ms. Paskalis obtained her undergraduate degree from New York University and returned to her native New Hampshire to attend law school at University of New Hampshire School of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude. During law school, Ms. Paskalis served as Chief Articles Editor for the Pierce Law Review. She also spent a semester interning with the Honorable Norman H. Stahl of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and worked on the NH Bar Association Domestic Violence Emergency (DOVE) Project. Before joining Stebbins, Lazos & Van Der Beken, Lyndsee practiced for a number of years at a large regional law firm in Manchester.
New England Super Lawyers has recognized Ms. Paskalis in the area of Real Estate every year since 2010. She is admitted to practice in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, as well as the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire and the U.S. Tax Court. Lyndsee is a member of the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Bar Associations. In 2017, Lyndsee was honored as one of the New Hampshire Union Leader’s “40 Under Forty” recipients. She is an alumna of Leadership New Hampshire Class of 2015 and the New Hampshire Bar Association Leadership Academy Class of 2012. She currently sits on the Board of Trustees of Waypoint (formerly Child and Family Services of New Hampshire), and serves as a member of the New Hampshire Children’s Lobby. She is a former Director of Special Olympics New Hampshire where she served as chair of the governance committee for several years. Lyndsee is an interviewer and regional coordinator for the St. Paul's School Advanced Studies Program, and has been involved with City Year NH in the past.