Meghan joined Cushing and Dolan in January 2016 as an associate, concentrating her practice in all aspects of Probate and Estate Administration, including the valuation and distribution of estate and trust assets and estate tax compliance. Prior to joining Cushing & Dolan, Meghan practiced at a boutique law firm in Framingham, MA, engaging in family law litigation and estate planning.
Under the guidance of the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code, Meghan routinely prepares probate petitions and leads clients through the process of estate administration, taking into account their fiduciary obligations and compliance with underlying estate plans. Additionally, Meghan advises clients regarding the implications of estate, income and gift taxes.
Before graduating from Suffolk University Law School, Meghan interned with the Middlesex Probate & Family Court and the Worcester Juvenile Court. As a student attorney certified under S.J.C. Rule 3:03, Meghan represented women obtaining and maintaining restraining orders through the Battered Women's Clinic at Suffolk University Law School. She also contributed to the American Bar Association publication, "Assisted Reproductive Technology: A Lawyer's Guide to Emerging Law and Science, 2nd Edition" (2011), and to the 2010 Supplement to Alabama Family Law under the guidance of Professor Charles Kindregan.