Lindsey Neyra Philp has been practicing law since 2008. She focuses her practice on domestic relations issues including divorce, dissolution, legal separation, property settlements, spousal support, and parenting issues including child support, shared parenting plans, parenting time and grandparents’ rights. Lindsey has extensive trial experience and is also trained in Collaborative Divorce, Mediation, and serves as a Guardian ad Litem and Parenting Coordinator. Lindsey also focuses on the division of retirement assets including, QDROs, DOPOs, Military Pensions, Ohio state pensions, and other defined contribution plans.
Lindsey is a graduate of Salmon P. Chase College of Law. She received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois), obtaining a Bachelors of Arts and Sciences with a focus of American History. During college, Lindsey was a member of the Division 1 Field Hockey team where she earned All Big Ten honors.
Lindsey is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio, the State of Kentucky, and the United States District Court’s Southern District of Ohio. She is also a member of the Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals. She also volunteers for the Hamilton County Family Law Clinic and the Volunteer Lawyers Project.
Lindsey is originally from St. Louis, having attended Mary Institute and St. Louis Country School. She lives in Kenwood with her husband Chris, and their three children. She continues to play field hockey and serves on the board of the Cincinnati Centurions. She remains a loyal St. Louis Cardinals fan.