Born and raised in Fayette County, Megan made it a point to return to a small town community to begin her law practice. Megan sought the kind of one on one interaction between attorneys and clients typical of a small town practice. Given her background, it only made sense that Megan focus on family law. In 2010, Megan joined the Law Office of Joshua S. Clover where her predominant focus was family law. In 2011, Megan and Josh would come together to form what is now Clover & Marak PLLC.
Megan’s choice to concentrate on family law is particularly good for the firm’s family law clients, since Megan has a decidedly better “bedside personality” than Josh. Megan understands that clients who find themselves in a family law dispute often feel like they are on their own. Megan’s incredible patience allows her to listen to the client and counsel him or her on the best course of action to resolve their problems with the least amount of litigation.
However, don’t confuse Megan’s gentle manner with timidness. Clients should expect that Megan will give them her best advice, and explain the reasoning behind it; often whether they want to hear it or not. Moreover, in the court room, Megan displays a steely-eyed determination in advocating for her clients.
Megan’s practice spans beyond Washington County. Megan travels to Burleson, Austin, Brazos, Fayette, Colorado, and Montgomery County.
- South Texas College of Law, J.D., 2010, Cum Laude
- Texas A&M University, B.S., 2006, Summa Cum Laude
- All Texas State Trial and Appellate Courts
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas
- Certified Mediator (2009)
- Certified Mediator in disputes relating to parent-child relationships (2010)
- Guardian Ad Litem Certification
- State Bar of Texas - Member
- State Bar of Texas Family Law Section - Member
- Federal Bar Association
- Washington County Bar Association - Member (past Treasurer)
- Washington County Chamber of Commerce