Dawn M. Kelliher
Dawn M. Kelliher was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and presently resides in Dighton. She is a graduate of Bridgewater State University and was previously a public-school teacher in two towns in the South Shore area. Dawn received her Juris Doctor Degree, Cum Laude from University of Massachusetts School of Law, where she was a Dean’s Fellow, a recipient of two prestigious scholarships, and Executive Notes & Content Editor of the school’s Law Review. After law school, Dawn worked with a local attorney in the areas on which she built her experience. Over the years Dawn has worked in several executive roles, and she was admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 2017.
Dawn has served her community as a board member for a local non-profit charitable organization, and volunteers as a mock trial coach for both Durfee High School and The Wheeler School in Providence, Rhode Island. A true commitment to public-interest and our next generation rings true in all aspect of Dawn’s career. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Bristol County Bar Association.
Dawn enjoys camping, reading, traveling, and spending time with her husband, three children, and their dog Coco. Her practice is focused on all aspects of family law, estate planning (including wills and trusts), as well as contracts, business organizations, probate, and guardianships.
Megan E. Beyer
Megan E. Beyer was born in Randolph, Massachusetts, and presently resides in Raynham. She attended high school in the South Shore area and graduated from West Bridgewater High School. She is a graduate of Smith College and University of Massachusetts School of Law, where she was an Associate Editor of the school’s Law Review, a Public Interest Law Fellow, and the president of the Legal Association of Women. While in law school, Megan became the first fellow from UMass Law selected for the Rappaport Center for Law & Public Policy, where she worked with the Mayor’s Office and City of Boston on research combating human trafficking in the hotel industry. Megan was admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 2016.
Megan worked in Land Court, and as a Senior Case Administrator for the Pro Se Division for American Arbitration Association, managing alternative dispute resolution cases from Texas to Massachusetts. Prior to partnering with Dawn, Megan served as a Judicial Law Clerk for Massachusetts Probate & Family Court in Barnstable, Bristol, Middlesex, and Plymouth Divisions. While in this role, Megan worked closely with the Justices of the Probate and Family Court to conduct legal research, draft memorandums, findings of fact, judgments, and orders.
Her practice is focused on all aspects of family law including custody issues, contested and uncontested divorces, guardianships, and contempt and modifications.
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