“I work to understand my clients’ unique situations, goals and challenges in order to achieve the best possible results that work for them.”

Lindsay Schoeneberger joined RKG Law in 2013 after serving as a Judicial Clerk to the Honorable Jay J. Hoberg of the Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County. During her clerkship, Lindsay gained valuable insight to the intricacies of practicing in Orphans’ Court, where she focuses her practice.

Lindsay was a member of the Widener Law Journal and a clinic leader at the Harrisburg Civil Law Clinic. She also worked as an intern for the Office of Inspector General through the Governor’s Office of General Counsel Summer Legal Externship Program.

Lindsay’s practice is primarily focused on estate administration, estate planning, and elder law.  Lindsay is well versed in the intricacies of administration and, as such, is able to advise clients through the process.  She also uses her administration knowledge and experience to assist her estate planning clients.  Her thorough knowledge of administration helps minimize future issues for her estate planning clients.

Lindsay’s attention to detail is important for clients needing a simple Will and for those requiring a complex trust or other planning strategies. Lindsay recognizes and addresses the unique goals and needs of each of her clients and their families.

Lindsay resides in Lititz with her husband, Don. They enjoy spending time with their families, cats, and hot rods.

Get to know Lindsay

What is something about yourself that will surprise us?

"I am a War of the Roses history buff."

What is it you enjoy most about being a lawyer?

Helping my clients achieve peace of mind

Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings?

Harry Potter