In her practice, Megan drafts estate plans and assists with post death trust administration as well as probate. Additionally, she helps estate planning attorneys, tech companies, individuals and organizations address how to better plan for difficult situations presented by incapacity and death, in a world with an ever-changing tech landscape. She provides information, tools and resources to guide you through the maze of what should be done with digital assets in the case of incapacity or death.
Megan started her practice in California as a fellow with the Borchard Foundation Center on Law & Aging with a placement at Legal Aid of Marin, where she focused on expanding services provided to low-income older adults in Marin County, focusing on consumer, housing and end of life planning issues.
From 2011 to 2014, she worked at Twitter, Inc. on the Trust & Safety team focusing on site rules and policies addressing sensitive issues, including impersonation, online abuse and deceased users.
Megan is committed to community service and currently serves on the advisory board of the Sacred Dying Foundation where she helps facilitate their End of Life Education project. She has also served on the Board Of Directors of Bay Area Community Services.