New Attorney Joins Lavelle Law

  • Attorney Meghan Hartnett

    Attorney Meghan Hartnett

Updated 5/11/2022 9:43 AM

Attorney Meghan R. Hartnett has joined Lavelle Law as an Associate it was announced this week. Hartnett will join the firm's Business Law and Estate Planning practice groups.

Hartnett completed her undergraduate work at Marquette University before receiving her J.D. from the DePaul College of Law. At DePaul she received a Dean's Scholarship and was named Champion of the Hon. William J. Bauer Moot Court Competition. She was twice published in the Marquette Literary Review.


"We welcome Meghan to the firm," said Managing Partner Ted McGinn. "There has been a significant increase in people looking to establish estate plans over the last year or two so Meghan will assist our highly-regarded team in that area right away."

Hartnett welcomes the opportunity to serve clients at a firm with the reputation of Lavelle Law.

"I am well aware of the great work done by my new colleagues at Lavelle Law over the years," Hartnett said. "As much as they are respected in the legal community, I was attracted to their on-going commitment to community service as well."

For information about Lavelle Law, visit and to learn more about the Estate Planning practice group, visit

Lavelle Law's main office is in Schaumburg and maintains an additional office in the Chicago Loop. The firm was founded in 1989 as a single attorney practice with an emphasis on tax law. The firm has added more than a dozen practice groups including Estate Planning, Business Law, Banking Law, Litigation, Criminal, Immigration, Divorce and Family Law, Commercial and Residential Real Estate and Law Practice Consulting. The firm has received numerous awards and commendations for their business success, their commitment to ethics, national recognition for their pro bono services, and multiple acknowledgements of the charitable work they do in the local communities. For more information, visit or follow Lavelle Law on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

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