Megan Spagnolo Lai
 

Admissions:
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio, 2013
  • Ohio, 2010
  • New Mexico, 2011 (inactive status)
Education:
  • Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D., 2009
  • Kent State University, B.A., 1998, magna cum laude
Memberships:
  • American Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association

Megan joined Wuliger & Wuliger in 2010 and devotes the majority of her practice to estate planning and domestic relations, including divorce, dissolution and domestic violence proceedings. Megan’s compassion and empathy contribute to the exceptional service she provides to clients, easing what can often be a difficult transition.

Megan also works in the firm’s general civil litigation practice, including personal injury and commercial disputes. In addition to guiding our clients through the litigation process, Megan provides services relating to collateral issues that sometimes arise during cases, from immigration and naturalization applications to Social Security claims.

Prior to and during law school, Megan worked at Cleveland’s oldest cultural institution, the Western Reserve Historical Society, where she served as curator of one of the premier collections of historic textiles in the United States. In that role, Megan developed and presented exhibitions, lectures, and public programs which educated museum visitors on the rich history of Northeast Ohio. Through her involvement in the non-profit sector, Megan gained an interest in assisting individuals and families in the process of estate planning and charitable giving. Megan is able to assist our clients with everything from wills to Special Needs trusts.

Megan lives in Cleveland Heights with her husband, Alex, and a Sphynx cat named Carville. She enjoys kayaking, yoga and visiting museums.