Lindsey Sharp is a divorce and family law attorney servicing Florida residents in Brevard and Indian River County, Florida. Lindsey is a 2005 graduate of the the Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. After graduation she earned her Florida license and began working as a prosecutor in the State Attorney’s Office where she primarily handled domestic violence and DUI cases. After three years of criminal practice she opened her own firm in 2008 and now focuses heavily in the area of domestic relations law. Lindsey has take over fifty cases to trial and has extensive experience in both courtroom preparation and cross-examining witnesses. She understands that trial requires extensive preparation and that a case must be handled correctly from beginning to end. This is why she handles matters in the office personally and ensures that no stone goes unturned in building a case.
Areas of law in which Lindsey practices include:
- Divorce & Separation
- Child custody and related matters
- Other family law matters such as those involving a TPO
- Family law appeals
Our attorney understands the importance of such cases and that such situations place great amounts of stress on a person. She founded our office on the idea that all clients are entitled to the highest level of service due to the fact that they are facing stressful situations. She personally returns phone calls within one business day, quickly responds to emails, and makes herself available to answer the questions of those she represents. She will use your initial consultation to form a strategy regarding your case and will take immediate steps to get matters proceeding as quickly as possible. Lindsey understands that nothing is more important than one’s family. She focuses on the law so you can focus on the future.
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Lindsey is also a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and she also serves on the Rules & Procedure Committee of the Florida Bar’s Family Law Section as well as the Children’s Issues Committee.