Lindsey

Burghardt

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Milwaukee, WI
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in WI
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About Lindsey

Lindsey Burghardt practices exclusively as a Family Law Attorney; however, her previous experience includes: Estate-Planning, Probate and Bankruptcy. Attorney Burghardt’s experience in these areas assists her in giving clients a well-rounded approach to family law, which can often intertwine with other areas of the law. Lindsey frequently serves as Guardian ad Litem in cases involving minor children works as a Mediator through the Milwaukee County Family Court Commissioner’s Office.

Attorney Burghardt takes an efficient and honest approach to representation of her clients. While acknowledging emotions present in each and every family case, Lindsey is sure to offer her clients realistic solutions that satisfy her clients’ needs and are aimed at reducing conflict. One of Attorney Burghardt’s main goals in representing clients is to give realistic expectations and to keep clients prepared and informed each step of the way.

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