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Lindsey Waller Johnson, Attorney

Lindsey Waller Johnson - Kane Crowell Attorneys at Law - Family Law & Divorce


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615-560-1874 – Fax Number – e-Mail
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Practice Areas

  • Family Law
  • Business Law
  • Conservatorship and Guardianships


Lindsey Waller Johnson, Attorney was admitted to practice law in 2018. In 2013, she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science.  Lindsey graduated with  honors from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Upon graduation, Lindsey began working for various law firms in Nashville, versing herself in domestic and family law, criminal defense, banking and finance, corporate law, estate planning and probate law. Lindsey began her law school career in 2014 at the Nashville School of Law and received a Juris Doctorate degree in 2018.

Areas of Law

Upon passing the Bar Exam and receiving her license to practice law, she became an associate attorney at Kane & Crowell. Lindsey primarily focuses in domestic and family law, probate law, and business law.


Lindsey Waller Johnson, Attorney is a member of the Fifteenth Judicial District Bar Association and American Bar Association.

Moreover, she is a member of the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce, Leading Women, and Mt. Juliet Young Professionals.

She is the current President of the 15th Judicial District Bar Association.  And, she previously served as the former Treasurer, Secretary and Vice President.

Additionally, Lindsey resides in Lebanon with her husband, Lunden, son, Lake, twin “bonus” daughters, Breklyn and Tynleigh.  Plus rescue dog, Rayban “Ray Ray” Johnson. She loves the Tennessee Vols and is active at Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, Tennessee.

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Parental Rights: Married Couples vs. Unmarried Couples

When it comes to parental rights, the legal landscape can differ significantly depending on whether a couple is married or unmarried. These differences can have far-reaching implications, impacting various aspects of child custody, visitation, and decision-making authority. Below are a few of the disparities in parental rights between married and unmarried couples, shedding light on […]

Understanding Tennessee Community Property Trusts

Community Property Trusts (CPTs) are valuable estate planning tools that offer unique benefits for married couples in Tennessee. While not as common as traditional revocable living trusts, CPTs provide a means to manage and protect assets while taking advantage of Tennessee’s community property laws. Below, we’ll delve into the key aspects of Tennessee Community Property […]

Health Care and Financial Power of Attorneys: A Crucial Legal Consideration

Planning for the future involves more than just setting goals, it requires comprehensive legal arrangements to ensure one’s wishes are honored, even in unforeseen circumstances. Two critical aspects of such planning are the Health Care Power of Attorney (HCPOA) and Financial Power of Attorney (FPOA). These legal instruments empower individuals you trust to make important […]