Town and Country divorce attorney Megen J. Campbell has always enjoyed working with and helping people. She considered family law the most personal type of law there is.
“Family is most important,” Ms. Campbell said, “and to be able to help someone through what is likely one of the most difficult times of their lives is very rewarding to me.”
Ms. Campbell understands that it is very important to understand that most people view court as scary – more so when it involves their family.
“I have a way of putting people at ease and explaining things in a manner that is easily understood,” she said.
Ms. Campbell says it is completely normal to feel overwhelmed and unsure what steps to take during divorce, but she is there to ease that burden and guide you through the process.
“Whether it is a simple motion hearing, full trial, or appellate argument, I bring the same level of commitment to fight for you,” she said.
Ms. Campbell is licensed to practice in Missouri.
Ms. Campbell earned her Juris Doctor from St. Louis University. She received her Bachelor of Arts in legal studies from Webster University and her Associate of Applied Science from St. Louis Community College.
Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Campbell was an Assistant Attorney General for the state of Missouri where she represented the State of Missouri Department of Social Services, Family Support Division in all levels of litigation including motion hearings, trials, and appeals. Additionally, she represented the Missouri State Highway Patrol litigating criminal expungement cases at both the trial court and appellate court levels.
Before that, she was employed by the 22nd Judicial Circuit Court – St. Louis Family Court – Juvenile Division where she served in the Mediation Unit as a Missouri Supreme Court approved mediator. In this role she worked with parties on settling custody disputes and preparing parenting plans. Additionally, she assisted petitioners in filing adult and child orders of protection. Prior to her transfer to the Mediation Unit, she served as a member of the Legal Department where she represented the Juvenile Officer before the Juvenile Court in both care and protection and delinquency matters.
Missouri Bar Association, 2009
Ms. Campbell won the Missouri Attorney General’s Office Excellence in Litigation Award in 2017.
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