Lindsay provides sensible and realistic advice with an aim to achieving the best possible results for his clients while keeping in mind costs and time.Lindsay assists both de facto and married couples, as well as grandparents and other significant people in children’s lives.He has a broad range of experience in family law and typically provides advice in relation to children’s matters, financial matters and property settlements, financial agreements, maintenance, divorce and domestic violence matters.Lindsay joined the ReesLaw team in 2008 after coming to the law later in life. He was a high school teacher teaching humanities for 13 years before changing professions. Lindsay graduated from Southern Cross University with honours in 2008. He was admitted as a solicitor in 2011. His areas of interest are family law, wills and probate.