If you are looking for an innovative, well-spoken, extremely knowledgeable attorney, Meagan Nora Standard is your choice at Koberlein Law Offices. She became of counsel with the firm in January, 2015.
Meagan practices real estate law, foreclosure law, land use law, planning and zoning law, municipal law, and county government law. She has experience as both a public speaker and author in these areas. She has co-authored several deliverables with the Department of Economic Opportunity regarding ports and commercial waterfront access. She spoke about these projects at the Stem to Stern Conference in 2012 and the Working Waterfronts Program in Steinhatchee, Florida in 2011. She has also served as a board member on local government boards.
If your need for an attorney revolves around her areas of practice, Meagan will not only represent you to achieve the outcome you seek, but she will also work with you to help you understand the dos and don’ts regarding your private or commercial property. Knowledge is the key to being prepared and knowing what to expect regarding your legal matter. Meagan has the skills to defend you, and will educate you about what you need to do in order to avoid legal situations later.
Meagan began her higher education at the University of North Florida, and earned her B.A. in English in 2007. She was granted a Merit Scholarship from the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law, where graduated in 2012. Following that, she was awarded a Public Interest Fellowship by the University of Florida law school to fund her work with a local non-profit firm.