Lindsay is a native of Ft. Collins, Colorado, and a local Tri-Lakes resident. She received her undergraduate degree in English from the University of Northern Colorado in 2005 and is a proud 2010 graduate of the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver. Lindsay specializes in civil litigation, with an emphasis in real estate, landlord tenant, and construction defect matters. Lindsay is licensed to practice in Colorado state courts, the U.S. District Court for Colorado, and the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Lindsay is an experienced, dedicated attorney who takes pride in providing high quality legal services and advice to clients, often during very stressful times in their lives. Her clients appreciate her approachability, responsiveness, and attention to detail. She understands that every client has different needs and strives to tailor her approach to each individual case. While Lindsay enjoys trial work, she also recognizes that clients may benefit from early resolution of disputes. She advocates not only for her client’s interests, but also their peace of mind.
Lindsay received the highest “AV” rating in Legal Ethics from Martindate Hubbell in 2015 and continues to maintain this designation. She has also been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers – Rising Stars Edition for the State of Colorado for the years 2016-2022. This honor is bestowed on less than 2.5% of the lawyers in the State of Colorado. Lindsay is the Chair of the Colorado Lawyer Board (the official publication of the Colorado Bar Association) and presented and published several articles on real estate law and landlord tenant law.
When she's not lawyering, Lindsay can likely be found with her dogs, family, and a cup of coffee - enjoying something having to do with True Crime!
We understand that every case is different, and that an individualized approach is critical. Lindsay started Tri-Lakes Legal to do JUST THAT - to give each case the attention it deserves, from the first consultation to trial, and beyond.
Legal disputes can be intimidating and frustrating. We get it! Let us help you get a "game plan" in place, so you can rest easy and know what to expect.
We're here to help and look forward to meeting you! We make scheduling a consultation easy and convenient. Please visit the "Contact Us" page to get started!
Specializing in serving northern El Paso County and southern Douglas County, but always ready to tackle problems throughout the front range!
Q: How do I set up a consultation?
A: Simply click on "Contact Us" and send Lindsay a message! Provide a few (non-confidential) details about your matter, and she'll contact you to set up a convenient time to talk.
Q: What is a retainer fee? How much is it?
A: A retainer fee is an initial sum of money paid to a lawyer to begin work, and is held in a "trust" account for the benefit of a client until earned by the lawyer. Lawyers in Colorado are ethically obligated to collect a retainer fee prior to starting legal work for a client. The amount of a retainer varies, depending on the complexity of the case.
Q: What if I'm already involved in a lawsuit, or I was just served with documents? Can you help?
A: Yes! Send me a message (and don't panic)! Let's discuss the status of the dispute, your goals, and how I can help.
Q: Do you handle other types of cases, like employment, intellectual property, and personal injury? What about bankruptcy and HOA disputes?
A: No. But I have a solid network of referrals! If I'm unable to assist, I'll do my best to help you find someone who can.