Megan K. Paull
Vancouver Divorce Attorney
Why I Practice Family Law
Being a family law attorney always felt like the right path for me. I am the youngest of three children and come from a blended family. The troubles and emotional roller coasters of handling holidays, summer parenting time and joint school events was not easy, but my parents handled it well.
I have always had an ability to connect with people and understand their perspective. This has been a great strength in helping people through divorce and custody disputes.
As I know firsthand both the struggles and the blessings of being part of a blended family, I am able to use that knowledge to be proactive in my client’s cases, ensuring that their legal rights are protected and their goals are accomplished. I feel very fortunate that I get to help people find a better path forward.
Although I grew up in Arkansas, and graduated from the William H. Bowen School of Law in 2013, my entire family relocated to Vancouver.
From the very beginning of my career, I chose to help people with family law issues, whether related to divorce and custody disputes, or estate planning through drafting wills and trusts. I am licensed to practice in Oregon, Washington and Arkansas.
In a previous life, I spent 10 years helping people as a certified pharmacy technician while I worked my way through college and law school. In my free time you can find me watching the Timbers, exploring a new bar, planning a movie marathon, or trying a new recipe.
If you had to ask me what my top-five favorite films are, in no particular order, I would say: Jaws, The Sure Thing, Top Gun, The Princess Bride, and Con Air. It took a few years, but I think I’ve convinced everyone in the office that John Cusack can’t make a bad film.