Megan is committed to assisting her clients through their highly personal matters with respect, compassion, and discretion. Each case is unique. So, Megan takes time to understand her client’s needs to develop the most appropriate and feasible solutions for each case.

Biography

Megan M. Clark’s primary area of practice is general litigation, including insurance defense, insurance coverage, bad faith, premises liability, property insurance, family law, estate planning and successions/probate. Her estate planning practice is comprised of testament, power of attorney/mandate and living will preparation and execution. Her family law practice is comprised of divorce and dissolution, prenuptial agreements, child custody and support, and division of assets/liabilities.

After obtaining her undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from L.S.U.A. in 2012, she obtained her law degree from L.S.U. Law School in 2015 and was admitted to practice law in Louisiana on May 12, 2016. 

After graduating from law school, Megan served as the judicial law clerk for Judge Bennett and Judge Spruill of the Twelfth Judicial District Court located in Marksville, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana. Megan then went on to work as an associate with Bolen, Parker, Brenner, Lee & Engelsman in Alexandria, Louisiana, specializing in insurance defense litigation and estate planning.  Immediately before starting as an associate with Lugenbuhl, Megan worked as an associate with Galloway, Johnson, Tompkins, Burr & Smith in Lafayette, Louisiana, specializing in family law litigation, insurance defense litigation and estate planning.

Megan was raised in Bordelonville, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana where she attended Avoyelles High School, and was very active in 4-H, a youth lector for St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Bordelonville, Louisiana, and an active participant for her local chapter of the Family Readiness Group, a support system for military families during deployment.

When Megan is not practicing law, she enjoys serving the community through her active involvement in the Junior League of Baton Rouge and spending quality time with her family, friends and Labrador retriever, June.

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