Megan Selvey is an attorney licensed in Arizona and California. Megan’s legal practice includes estate planning, special needs planning, long-term care planning, guardianships, and conservatorships. She regularly advises clients on matters related to protecting wealth and providing for loved ones with special needs, as well as clients receiving or anticipating receiving public benefits.

Megan graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University. She then attended the University of San Diego’s School of Law in California. Megan loved San Diego, but chose to return to her hometown of Phoenix, Arizona to practice elder law near her friends and family. Megan is a third-generation Phoenix native and has strong ties to the Phoenix community.

Megan volunteers with several non-profit organizations. She is a member of the Professional Advisory Committee to Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC). She is a member of the Planned Giving Professional Advisory Council for ValleyLife, a non-profit organization serving individuals with disabilities to enhance their quality of life. Megan also supports and volunteers with other incredible organizations that provide valuable services to the special needs community in Arizona.

Megan enjoys volunteering in the community and meeting people. She regularly presents to parents, groups, and families to provide information related to estate planning, guardianship, and public benefits.

When Megan is not practicing law or serving the community, she loves hiking and camping with her family and her dogs, Monster and Mabel. She also loves to read, especially historical fiction or any books about World War II, as her grandfather served in the Navy in the South Pacific during WWII. He was an important person in her life and is part of the reason she initially began to practice elder law.