Meghan N. Prideaux
Since joining the firm in 2013, Meghan provides comprehensive legal advice and representation to a wide range of clients. Her practice centers on advising and advocating for condominium and homeowner’s associations with respect to governance, interpretation of governing documents, drafting amendments to governing documents, covenant enforcement, vendor contracts, lien foreclosure, assessment collection, bankruptcy and FHA certification.
Meghan is a zealous advocate for her clients with a natural ability to find the most effective solution for any given situation. She has successfully resolved thousands of assessment collection cases, recovering millions of dollars for her clients. She has successfully argued condominium super lien priority in several complex lawsuits.
Meghan is an active member of the Heartland Chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI) and has presented topical discussions at Chapter events. Meghan is licensed to practice law in the state of Missouri and the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern District of Missouri, the Western District of Missouri and the Southern District of Illinois. Prior to entering private practice, Meghan clerked for the Honorable Mark D. Pfeiffer of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District. She graduated with honors from the University of Missouri School of Law with a certification in Dispute Resolution.