Lindsay Savona-Donka is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts School of Law at Dartmouth receiving her undergraduate degree in finance from Lasell College in Newton Ma. Currently residing in New London with her Husband and son, Lindsay enjoys running, working out, cooking, and traveling with her family.

Lindsay has completed the 40 hour Guardian Ad Litem training class at Quinipiaac Univerysity in Hamden so she can represent the best interest of children in cases where custody/access is disputed. Additionally Lindsay has completed similar mediation training classes at Quinipiaac Univeristy in Hamden and received her mediation certificate so she can mediate divorce and custody cases.

Lindsay's main area of practice is in Family Law. This encompasses cases such as divorce, legal separation, custody, access, child support, alimony, post judgment modifications, restraining orders, and educational support hearings. Lindsay is a trained mediator and likes to offer this service for parties whom are interested in an a non-contentious process. 

Work Experience: 
Partner at the Law office of Savona & Saunders, LLC as of 1/2016- Present 
Owner of the Law Office of Lindsay Savona, LLC 3/2011-01/2016
Associate at the Law Office of Mariani & Reck, LLC 6/2009-3/2011
Temporary Assistant Clerk at the Family Court in Norwich: 5/2008-5/2009
Interned during Law School at Conway & Londregan, New London, CT & The Reardon Law Firm: 

Member of the New London County Bar Association 
Member of the Connecticut Bar Association.
Member of the South Eastern Connecticut Woman's Network 
President of the Waterford Education Foundation: ( non-profit) 
Member of the New London RTC
Member of the Eastern CT chamber of commerce & Young Professional section
Past member of the Waterford Rotary Group


  • Professional, prepared, and a resulting positive outcome. Finally, the lawyer I needed. Lindsay spent 90 minutes in consult. She treated me as an integral part of a collaborative process. Quick on her feet, aggressive and polished in the court room. She was respectful and competent...a true advocate!
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