Megan A. Moghtaderi is an associate attorney at TLD Law. Her practice includes trust litigation, estate planning, probate, business formation and business disputes.
Megan graduated Summa Cum Laude from Biola University and the Torrey Honors Institute in 2013. She was recognized as the top percent of her graduating class. As an undergraduate, she was a member of the honors societies of Phi Alpha Theta and Pi Sigma Alpha Theta.
Growing up, Megan first piqued an interest in law when her family dealt with a hotly, contested probate issue. After receiving her undergraduate degree, she went onto Chapman University Fowler School of Law, earning her J.D. in 2016. During law school, she worked as a Judicial Law Extern for the Honorable Kim. R. Hubbard in Probate at the Orange County Superior Court.
Today, Megan actively assists clients in drafting simple and complex estate plans and has developed case strategy for complex Trust and Estate litigation matters involving over $100 million in assets. Devoted to resolving situations amicably, Megan was instrumental in helping the Orange County Judiciary develop a mediation program for all Trust, Estate, Probate, Conservatorship, and Guardianship matters.
While at law school, Megan was extremely involved in school organizations and held multiple leadership positions, as the President of the Tax Law Society and Vice President of the Federalist Society; among others. Megan’s philanthropic endeavors were widely recognized and she even received A Commitment to Public Service Award during her time at Chapman.
Megan still spends significant amounts of time volunteering for non-profits and her charitable efforts continue to grow. She is the founding member of Food From the Bar Orange County Steering Committee, and is a board member for Able ARTS Work, a non-profit that provides lifelong learning, community service and vocational opportunities through the creative arts for people of all abilities and all ages in an environment of warmth, encouragement and inclusion.
Megan continues her legal involvement in multiple organizations and is currently a board member of the OCBA Trusts and Estates Section, a member of St. Thomas More Society, and the Orange County Women’s Lawyers Association.
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