Lynnfield, Massachusetts Estate Planning Chief Operating Officer

I have always had a heart for elders and knew that I wanted to work with them in some capacity in my career. In elementary school, I became involved in activities with my local senior center and cultivated special relationships with elders there and in my church and family. While a senior at Gordon College in 2006, I was still undecided as to how this might play a role in my future choice of career. I then had the opportunity to complete an internship with the firm and enjoyed the field of estate planning and elder law so much that I’ve never left.In working with clients, young and old, in developing, implementing and maintaining their estate plans, and as our clients are thinking about the legacy that they hope to leave, I love to hear their stories and learn from their breadth of wisdom and experience. In times of crisis, illness or difficulty, it is rewarding to know that our planning, care and compassion has helped, in some small way, to ease the burden on our clients and help to provide them with peace of mind. Our firm is unique in that we develop lifelong relationships with clients and their families, and I truly enjoy getting to know each and everyone throughout the process.


Megan J. Davitt is the firm’s Paralegal. She has been with the firm since January 2006.

A graduate of Gordon College, she holds a B.A. degree in Political Studies. Outside the office, her interests include photography, bargain-hunting, and playing the piano. Megan loves the coastal life in Newburyport where she resides with her husband, Mike.