Less than two weeks ago, the three Lambert sisters — like thousands of children of divorce — were entrenched in the rituals of shared custody and divided loyalties between mother and father.
But the murder of their mother, Kimberly Lindsey, followed by the apparent suicide of the lone suspect, their father, Dr. Albert Lambert, has turned them from casualties of a failed marriage into orphans.
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Palm Beach Post Staff writers Alexandra Seltzer and Christine Stapleton and researcher Niels Heimeriks contributed to this story.
Memorial service for Kimberly Lindsey
3 p.m. Wednesday at Christ Fellowship at 5312 Northlake Blvd..
A trust fund has been created for Lindsey’s three daughters and can be accessed at DaughtersOfKimTrust.com.