Megan Card

Megan D. Card is a driven and determined advocate at Rodgers, Kee & Card, P.S., where she focuses her practice in the areas of criminal defense, family law, estate planning, probate, and general civil litigation. Megan became a shareholder of the firm in 2013. Born and raised in Olympia, Megan graduated from Black Hills High School in 2003 where she was very active in soccer. She previously worked for the firm as a legal intern during the summer of 2008. Prior to being hired as an associate attorney, Megan served as an extern for Justice Debra Stephens of the Washington State Supreme Court where she assisted in drafting court opinions and internal memoranda in preparation for oral arguments and en banc hearings.

Should I file for legal separation or divorce in Washington State?

A common question I am asked during an initial consultation with a new client is whether they should file for legal separation or divorce.  For most people, divorce is the better option.  One thing I always tell clients I cannot advise them on is if...
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Fresh Start: Removing Your Criminal History in Washington

The Difference between Vacating, Sealing, and Deleting NonConviction Data from Your Record Expunging your record (deleting non-conviction data) My previous clients often contact me and want to “expunge” their criminal record.  The correct terminology...
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