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Megan E. Easter

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Associate

Phone: 410-986-0884
Fax: 410-986-0885
Email: measter@adelberg.com

Megan Easter offers a unique perspective as an attorney who took a somewhat unconventional approach to entering the practice of law.

Ms. Easter brings a forward-looking perspective to estate planning that is considerate of the changing needs of young families and the millennial generation. Ms. Easter began working at Adelberg Rudow in 2012 as a paralegal in the estates and trusts department. After graduating from the University of Baltimore School of Law and being admitted to the Maryland Bar in 2018, she became an associate with the firm. Ms. Easter’s primary areas of concentration include estates and trusts, family law and general corporate and business practice.

During what is often some of the most difficult and vulnerable experiences for clients, Ms. Easter’s people-focused approach to family law and estate planning is an invaluable resource. She seeks to develop authentic connections with her clients and has the ability to recognize unique situations involving complex family dynamics.

Ms. Easter was born and raised in La Jolla, California, and currently resides in the Federal Hill area of Baltimore. She enjoys participating in various sports with the recreation leagues of Federal Hill and is an avid Ravens fan. She is a member of the Federal Hill Neighborhood Association.

Practice Areas:

  • Wills, Estates and Trusts Group
  • Business Group

Bar Admissions:

  • Maryland Bar, 2018

Education:

  • J.D., University of Baltimore School of Law, 2018
  • B.A., Washington College, 2011

Professional and Civic Involvement:

  • Member, Maryland State Bar Association (Section of Young Lawyers)
  • Member, Maryland Association for Justice

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