Meghan concentrates her practice in the area of estate & trust litigation, including litigation involving probate matters, estates, trusts, gifts, fiduciaries, guardianships, and real estate. Representing both institutions and individuals, Meghan’s clients include banks, corporate fiduciaries, investment companies, educational and charitable institutions, and real estate firms, as well as beneficiaries of estates and trusts, executors, trustees, guardians, incapacitated persons, surviving spouses, and persons having an interest in real estate.
Passionate about helping others through trying times, Meghan assists with cases involving will contests, undue influence, diminished capacity, contested guardianships, writings intended as wills, breach of fiduciary duty, and accountings of estates and trusts. A hardworking and determined advocate, Meghan works closely with her clients to create a seamless process throughout all stages of litigation. She treats her clients interests as if they were her own and is very empathetic to the stressful nature of litigation.
Prior to joining Archer, Meghan was an associate in the commercial litigation group at a Philadelphia-based law firm.
Following law school, Meghan served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable J. Christopher Gibson, Cape May County Superior Court, Civil Division.
Professional and Community Involvement
- Member, Board of Trustees, Burlington County Bar Association/Burlington County Bar Foundation
- Member, Young Lawyers Committee, Burlington County Bar Association