Emily's practice primarily focuses on business transactional matters, estate planning, probate, and estate administration. Emily also represents clients in general business disputes and employment related issues, such as non-compete agreements and contract negotiation.
Emily grew up in Peachtree City and is a graduate of McIntosh High School. She attended the University of Georgia, graduating magna cum laude in 2005. After completion of her undergraduate degree, she was awarded an academic scholarship to Cumberland School of Law at Samford University where she obtained her Juris Doctorate. Following graduation from law school, Emily worked as an assistant public defender, representing clients charged with serious felonies and gaining significant trial experience. She later entered private practice but continued to litigate, primarily focusing in the areas of domestic relations and juvenile law. After a few years, Emily transferred firms and shifted her focus away from litigation to transactional law.
Prior to joining Lindsey & Lacy, PC, Emily practiced law at a small boutique firm in Fayette County for several years and became a partner in 2019. There, she gained extensive experience assisting clients with their estate planning needs and representing small businesses and their owners in a variety of transactional matters. Having spent many years as a trial attorney, Emily provides her clients with pragmatic advice helping them to avoid and resolve potentially problematic legal issues before the need for litigation arises.
Emily resides in Peachtree City with her husband Tavis and dedicates most of her time outside of practicing law to raising their three children.
Areas of Practice
- Business Transactions
- Estate Planning
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Employment Matters
- Georgia, 2009
- Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama
- J.D.- 2009
- Honors: Merit Scholarship Recipient
- University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
- B.A. Magna Cum Laude