|Practice Areas: Community Associations; Commercial and Residential Real Estate Transactions; Real Estate Acquisition, Financing and Development; Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) Complaint Resolution; Fair Housing Complaint Resolution.|
|Bar Memberships and Admissions: Virginia State Bar; Virginia Bar Association; Williamsburg Bar Association; Admitted in Virginia and New Jersey|
A former captain in the U.S. Army, Megan received her law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law and concentrates her practice in the areas of community associations, real estate acquisition, financing and development, Virginia Department of Professional Occupation and Regulation (“DPOR”) complaint resolution and Fair Housing Complaint Resolution.
With vast experience working with large-scale residential, mixed-use, commercial, and “new urbanism” communities throughout Virginia, Megan frequently advises association boards of directors on community association operations, regulatory compliance, and the amending and restating of association governing documents.
Megan speaks regularly for educational seminars sponsored by the Virginia Chapters of the Community Associations Institute (“CAI”).
In addition to representing community associations, Megan regularly represents clients from a range of industries before the DPOR. Megan advises clients on an array of regulatory matters and assists clients in responding to DPOR complaints, including fair housing complaints. She has also represented community associations before Virginia’s Common Interest Community Board.
Megan was recognized as a “Virginia SuperLawyer Rising Star” in Real Estate by Law & Politics magazine, 2012, 2013 and 2014, and was listed in Virginia Business magazine‘s 2011 as “Legal Elite”, Young Lawyer.