How Megan Helps Clients
Megan focuses her practice on providing a full-suite of services to her corporate clients. Megan handles matters including business formation, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, entity formation and conversion, corporate governance, fundraising, and financing.
As an entrepreneur herself, Megan adds value to her clients’ matters by blending her personal business experience with her legal expertise. Megan’s experience in the forming, running, and selling of companies provides a sophisticated, real-life approach to the legal counsel that she provides to her clients.
Megan also stays on the forefront of developments within the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology space. She is developing an expertise in this field and brings her knowledge to assist clients in navigating corporate matters arising within this new frontier. Megan also has a long-standing role supporting the efforts of Florida’s Children First and acting as an attorney-ad-litem to foster youth in the Tampa Bay area.
What Clients Can Expect
Megan approaches her clients’ needs by focusing on practical legal advice and big-picture thinking. Megan’s background in litigation brings a unique and valuable perspective in advising clients. Clients can rely on Megan to prioritize risk management while advising on various aspects of the client’s business.
Outside the Office
Megan spends her time outside of the office enjoying time with her husband, Serge, and two-year-old son, Hunter. She often visits her family in Iowa and is an avid traveler, frequenting international destinations to experience new places, people, and cultures. When time allows outside of these activities, you can find Megan checking out the newest art exhibits, museums, and restaurants in the Tampa Bay area.
University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., 2011, cum laude
Rhodes College, B.A., 2008, cum laude, Political Science
The Florida Bar
- Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Service Award (every year since 2011)
- Attorney Ad Litem – pro bono representation of children in delinquency proceedings (2013 – Present)
- Guardian Ad Litem (2011-2013)