Lindsey A. Wrubel
Lindsey A. Wrubel is one of nine Ohio State Bar Association Certified Residential Real Estate Specialists and works out of the Northfield Branch of EQUES in Summit County. Before joining the EQUES family in 2021, Lindsey worked with condominium associations, homeowners associations, and real estate clients at a boutique law firm for the past 15 years.
“Lindsey is truly a down to Earth attorney who was able to walk me through all of my questions and concerns.”
— Rebecca C.
Lindsey was raised in Westlake, Ohio, located in Northeastern Ohio, and graduated from Westlake High School in 2002.
She became a licensed real estate agent at age 19 while attending Heidelberg College in Tiffin, Ohio, where she majored in Business Administration, obtained a minor in Legal Studies, and graduated after three years in 2005. She earned her Master of Business Administration from Cleveland State University in 2007.
Lindsey attended the University of Akron School of Law part-time while working as a certified paralegal, and graduated in the Fall of 2014 cum laude. She was admitted to the Ohio Bar in May 2015. She is also admitted to practice in bankruptcy court and in the Northern District of Ohio for the United States District Court.
Lindsey handles a variety of matters in her practice, including community association covenant enforcement, litigation, collection, foreclosures, appellate practice, easements, and boundary disputes, and also presiding over condominium and homeowners association annual meetings. She has successfully argued cases for condominium and HOA clients in the Eighth and Ninth District Courts of Appeals.
Lindsey is one of nine Ohio State Bar Association Certified Residential Real Estate Specialists. She is also a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, Medina County Bar Association, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, Community Associations Institute, and Northern Ohio Chapter of the Community Associations Institute.
In addition to her legal practice, Lindsey serves on the Hinckley Zoning Commission. Lindsey lives in rural Hinckley Township, in Medina County, and is proud to call “The Home of the Buzzard” home. Her better half, Len, owns and manages a local property management company in Medina County. They are happy raising their son, Matthew, in the rolling hills of Hinckley. Lindsey is excited to become a Cub Scout leader and, in her free time, tackles DIY home projects, bakes, and loves to read. Her family also enjoys taking their classic car to local car shows in the summertime.
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