Whether developing case strategy or drafting motions or documents, Meaghan consistently delivers a high level of service to her clients. Meaghan particularly enjoys working with families of various backgrounds as they face important milestones.
I am an estate planning attorney focused on advising clients on customized estate plans. Whether married or single, young professional or retiree, I want to help clients achieve their goals. Goals may include avoiding probate, planning for personal family issues including unique health issues or special needs, planning for a blended family, business succession planning, generational wealth transfer, charitable giving or educational planning. I also have significant experience in business and transactional matters, from entity formation to contract preparation to asset purchases and sale transactions.
Meaghan attended Taylor University and graduated Cum Laude with a B.A. in Political Science. She then worked in project management for the federal government in Washington, D.C. for a few years. Meaghan graduated Magna Cum Laude from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in Washington, D.C. There she was a member of the National Trial Team, an editor on the Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy, president of the Criminal Law Society, president of the Christian Legal Society, and very involved in pro bono work, earning the exceptional Pro Bono Service Honors Certificate (over 75 hours of pro bono service).
Outside of work, Meaghan enjoys staying fit and being outdoors, whether it be jogging or hiking, pickleball, or mountain biking. Meaghan lives in Byron Center with her husband, Seth, and their three kiddos.
Ms. Miracle regularly speaks on estate planning and related topics to groups. Recent presentations include:
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA COLUMBUS SCHOOL OF LAW
Juris Doctor, 2013, magna cum laude
B.A.,Political Science, 2007