Although she wishes she could say she was a Colorado Native, she is not. Lindsey was born in a military family and as a result, has lived all over the country. Lindsey has lived on the East Coast, the West Coast, the true Midwest, and Colorado. Being exposed to so many diverse areas of the country has provided valuable experiences with a variety of people, the complexities of human nature as well as life in general. These unique experiences have provided Lindsey with a special perspective of the law—reminding her to consistently expect the unexpected, take nothing for granted and, above all, to always treat others with compassion and respect.
Lindsey attended Colorado State University for her undergrad and for law school she attended the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego. Despite the constant sun and ocean adventures, she graduated law school and returned to her roots in Colorado.
Law is all about passion for Lindsey. Growing up, she had a great deal of exposure to children with special needs. Lindsey's Mother was, and still is, a special needs teacher. Her patience and skill of her craft taught Lindsey to never give up on humanity or herself. As a result, Lindsey has an intense passion to advocate on behalf of children. Children are the reason why she chose family law. Being able to make a positive impact in a family's life gives her great gratification. Lindsey is happy that her law degree does not go to waste.
Finally settled in Colorado Springs, Lindsey was able to open her own practice with two excellent partners, Jacob F. Kimball and Christopher M. Nicolyasen. At the Springs Law Group LLC, they focus primarily on family law and personal injury, two areas of law that focus specifically on people. The group came together with a common belief of providing professional service to benefit society on both a personal and a community level.
On a personal note, Lindsey loves the outdoors. She loves winter as it allows her the opportunity to ski, snowmobile, and snowshoe. When it’s not winter, you can still find her outdoors in the mountains.