Tyler K. Allen
Phoenix attorney Tyler K. Allen was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tyler completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Utah. There, he founded the Mock Trial team and was a judiciary intern in the United States Senate. Prior to attending law school, Tyler worked in Utah Governor John Huntsman’s office in communications, campaign finance, and voter outreach.
During law school Tyler was active in mock trial, completed an externship with the Arizona Court of Appeals, and worked as a law clerk for Maricopa County Attorneys Office. Tyler graduated from Arizona State University Law School and was admitted to the Arizona Bar in 2009. He represents clients in Employment Law, Estate Planning, Criminal Defense, and DUI & Traffic Defense matters.
Admitted: Arizona, U.S. Dt. Ct. of Arizona
Law School: Arizona State University College of Law, J.D.
Undergraduate: University of Utah, B.S. Political Science, cum laude
Lindsay E. Benjamin
Family law attorney Lindsay E. Benjamin was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and completed her undergraduate degree at Arizona State University. She attended law school at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California, where she was granted scholarships and graduated with honors with an emphasis in Intellectual Property. Lindsay was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona in 2004, and has focused her entire practice in family law: divorce/dissolution, annulment, legal separation, child custody, child support, paternity, spousal maintenance, enforcement of orders, modification of orders, grandparent rights and assisting clients during mediation.
Lindsay is admitted to practice in Arizona State Court, the United States District Court (District of Arizona) and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She also has been admitted to the Maricopa County Bar Association and the American Bar Association (Section of Family Law).
Lindsay was elected as a Member and served on the Executive Council for the State of Arizona, Family Law Section, from 2005 through 2013. She has also been listed on the Madison’s Who’s Who List of Professionals in America in 2005 and 2006. Lindsay was recognized as a Top Attorney in Phoenix Magazine in 2012, 2013 and 2014, and as an Arizona Rising Star Attorney in Southwest Super Lawyers Magazine (awarded to only 2.5% of all attorneys in the Southwest each year) in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Lindsay has been recognized as America’s Most Honored Professionals (top 10%) in 2014, and recognized again in America’s Most Honored Professionals (top 5%) in 2015.
Lindsay was a founding member of People Saving Pets, a non-profit organization aimed at decreasing the number of euthanized animals in shelters by facilitating adoption events with Maricopa County. She has also served on the board of “Handbags and Tailwags,” a non-profit annual event sponsoring the Arizona Animal Welfare League.
Kelsey M. Nordahl
Phoenix attorney Kelsey M. Nordahl began her career at the Tyler Allen Law Firm in 2016. She approaches every case as an advocate for her client and practices law with persistence and compassion. Her experience has been primarily focused in the areas of family law and criminal defense.
Kelsey M. Nordahl is an Arizona native and was raised in Phoenix, Arizona. She completed her undergraduate degrees at Arizona State University where she majored in both Justice Studies and Sociology. She then went on to earn her Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University. While in law school, Kelsey was a member of the Arizona Women’s Bar Association and she spent time as a law clerk at a family and criminal defense law firm and the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office. Since her admission to the bar, Kelsey has proven herself to be committed to giving her clients the best legal advice possible.
When she isn’t practicing law, Kelsey enjoys spending time with her family, especially her husband and German shepherd. When she can sneak in some downtime you might catch her watching Shark Tank or HGTV.
Admitted: State Bar of Arizona
Jackson M. Ross
Phoenix attorney Jackson M. Ross was born in Dallas, Texas but was raised in Phoenix, Arizona. After graduating from local high school Chandler Preparatory Academy, Jackson went back to Texas to complete his undergraduate degree at Austin College. There, he was a member of student government, a peer tutor, a member of the community service board, co-founded his own organization: The Human Environmental Animal Team, and played NCAA Division III basketball. Prior to attending law school, Jackson worked as a camp counselor at the Zajac Ranch for Children and in commercial real estate.
During law school Jackson was a member of the mock trial team, a judiciary intern for the Honorable Judge Contes, and worked as a law clerk for Haynes and Boone as well as Shaw and Lines. Jackson graduated from Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and was admitted to the Arizona Bar in 2019. His experience is focused in the areas of Civil and Criminal Traffic, Employment Law, Estate Planning, Criminal Defense, and DUI.
Law School: Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, J.D.
Undergraduate: Austin College, B.A. Business Administration and Political Science, magna cum laude