Lindsey M. Albinski is a Partner at Winkler Kurtz, LLP, known for her tireless commitment to individuals seeking resolutions for matrimonial and family matters. Her ability to guide her clients through a difficult time in their lives with knowledge and sensitivity has secured her countless successful outcomes for her clients and their families.
Lindsey prides herself on providing personal attention to each client. By obtaining a comprehensive understanding of the client’s goals and needs, Lindsey diligently represents their interests through effective litigation procedures, preparing for trial proceedings whenever the need may arise. Lindsey offers unique insight and perspective into the present and anticipated struggles facing families. She aggressively protects the rights of all her clients to help obtain the best possible outcomes during a painful and stressful period in their lives.
Lindsey’s outstanding work with her clients has not gone unnoticed, earning her recognitions as a Super Lawyer and Rising Star, a Power Lawyer by Schneps Media, Top 10 Family Law Attorney in the State of New York by American Jurist Institute, Attorney and Practice Magazine, National Academy of Family Law and recognized by American Institute of Family Law for exceptional client service. She has also been named by Long Island Business News in their Who’s Who Women in Professional Services and received an Impact award form Dan’s Papers for her pro bono work with the transgender community.
Determined to be actively involved in the legal community, Lindsey is on the Board of Directors for the Suffolk County Matrimonial Bar Association and has previously served as President. She is also a member of the Families and Law Committee of the New York State Bar Association, the Suffolk County Bar Association, and the Suffolk County Women’s Bar. Lindsey has presented and created numerous continuing legal education classes in conjunction with the Suffolk County Bar Association’s Academy of Law.
Lindsey graduated with honors from Dominican College with a Bachelor of Science for Business Administration and worked as a human resource generalist for a large Long Island company before attending law school. She received her Juris Doctor degree from St. John’s University, School of Law, where she was the recipient of a partial academic scholarship, an American Bar Association award for excellence, and the CALI awards for excellence in the areas of Family Law and Criminal Procedure.
Admitted to the New York State Bar in 2010, Lindsey began her legal career in a general practice, where she obtained experience in multiple areas of law including matrimonial, family, criminal, civil litigation, and estates. She now focuses exclusively on matrimonial and family law matters, helping spouses and families resolve legal conflicts in the most civilized and supportive manner.