Lindsey A. Dentino received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Arizona State University. After graduation Lindsey worked as an adoption specialist. As an adoption specialist, Lindsey facilitated the adoption special needs children who were in the state foster care system. After working as an adoption specialist for three years, Lindsey moved to San Diego to attend California Western School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor in 2017. While obtaining her J.D. at California Western, Lindsey volunteered with The Community Law Project, which provides free legal information to low income and indigent communities throughout San Diego County.
Lindsey began working at Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC, through her participation in California Western’s clinical internship program as a law student. After graduation, Lindsey returned to the firm as a law clerk and was later hired as an associate attorney.
Lindsey has assisted the attorneys at Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC in a variety of recent cases and has experience with family law issues including dissolution of marriage, child custody and visitation, move-away requests, child support, spousal support, and pre and postnuptial agreements.
In her free time Lindsey enjoys hiking, horseback riding and cheering on the Arizona State Sun Devils.