Meghan A. Hope has a general practice focusing on probate administration, estate planning, land use and real property. Prior to joining Alter & Pearson, LLC, Ms. Hope served as a judicial fellow with the Honorable Matthew D. Carafiello of the court of Common Pleas, Orphans Division in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
During law school, Ms. Hope served as a judicial intern with Honorable Celeste Hardee Muir of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Probate Division in Miami, Florida. She also received the Best Student Awards for Elder Law and Estate Planning.
COLLEGE: College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, B.A., Cum Laude, 2008
LAW SCHOOL: St. Thomas University School of Law Miami Gardens, Florida, J.D., Cum Laude, 2011
ADMISSIONS: Bar of The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2011; State of New Jersey, 2011;
State of Connecticut, 2012.
MEMBER: Hartford County, Connecticut and American Bar Associations
PUBLICATIONS: The High Price for Leveling the Playing Field: The Socioeconomic Divide in Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples, 25 QUINNIPIAC PROBATE LAW JOURNAL 32 (2011).