Lindsay focuses her practice primarily on matrimonial law, including divorce, custody, parenting time, child and spousal support, prenuptial agreements, cohabitation disputes, and LGBTQ+ issues. Her practice approach is to establish trust so she can successfully advocate for her clients in the times they feel most vulnerable. Lindsay always remains empathetic, while striving to achieve the best possible result for her client and their family.
In her free time, Lindsay enjoys exploring her neighborhood in South Philly and being outdoors. Despite her allergy, dogs hold a special place in Lindsay’s heart.
Prior to joining the firm, Lindsay served as a judicial law clerk in both the Camden County Family Division and Criminal Division. While in the Family Division, she reviewed motions and emergent applications, and calculated child support guidelines. In the Criminal Division, Lindsay assisted in preparing opinions for a variety of pre- and post-conviction motions.
During law school Lindsay was a member of the OUTLaws, Rutgers’ LGBTQ+ Student Organization, where she served as the 1L Representative, Vice President, and eventual President. She was the Business and Marketing Editor for the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy, and a semi-finalist in the Rutgers Hunter Moot Court Competition. She also participated in the Rutgers Domestic Violence Pro Bono Project, where she gave support to victims of domestic violence appearing in court for Final Restraining Order hearings.
For a summer, Lindsay interned at the City of Philadelphia Law Department in the Child Welfare Unit, where she was able to observe and participate in review hearings for children in the custody and care of Philadelphia’s Department of Human Services.
Lindsay is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association – Young Lawyers Division and LGBT Rights Section.