Lindsay A. Partridge graduated with honors from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish. After college, she attended the Washington College of Law at American University in Washington, D.C. While in law school, she was an active member of the American University Law Review and a student attorney for the International Human Rights Law Clinic.
Partridge began her legal career in Washington, D.C., clerking for the Honorable Tara J. Fentress and the Honorable Lori E. Parker at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. This was while they presided over child abuse, neglect, and domestic violence calendars. It was during this time she was readily exposed to the serious issues affecting children and their families within the District of Columbia, and working with Judges Fentress and Parker cemented Lindsay’s passion for bettering the lives of children and their families through her skills as a Denton family lawyer.
Lindsay moved back to Texas in 2015 and became an associate attorney for Friday Milner Lambert Turner, PLLC in Austin. There, she worked closely with the partners, gaining knowledge and experience handling both straightforward and complex family law matters in Texas. Now, Attorney Partridge is excited about working on behalf of Navarrette Bowen, P.C. to serve her clients locally. She represents clients in amicably resolving their disputes, and can also zealously advocate for them in the courtroom when necessary. She strives to provide her clients efficient and effective representation during an uncertain and emotionally challenging period in their lives.
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