Megan K. Feehan


Megan K. Feehan devotes her practice to educating and guiding her clients through the complexities of divorce, custody, support, and related family law issues in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Megan served as a Matrimonial Early Settlement Panelist in New Jersey and is a member of the Family Law Sections of the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations. In 2018, she was nominated and accepted into the 2019 Forum of Executive Women Mentoring Program, a membership organization of women of significant influence in the Philadelphia region.

Megan earned her law degree from Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law with honors. She was the notes editor of the Drexel Law Review and a member of the Women's Law Society. She is the recipient of both the Pro Bono Service Honors Award and the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Eric D. Turner Award. Immediately following law school, Megan completed a one-year clerkship with The Honorable Gwendolyn Blue in the Family Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey. She received her undergraduate degree in government, magna cum laude, from Franklin & Marshall College, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.



17 Cozen O'Connor Attorneys Awarded Pro Bono Service Awards by First Judicial District of PA

October 29, 2015

The judges of the First Judicial Distrct of PA will present pro bono service awards to 17 Cozen O'Connor attorneys who have handled pro bono matters this year in FJD courts.


Navigating the Nuances and Unique Issues of a Gray Divorce

July 06, 2021

Jennifer Brandt and Megan Feehan contributed an article to The Legal Intelligencer discussing the issues of a gray divorce and how to navigate through this.

The Constitutionality of Nondisparagement Provisions in Custody Orders

July 10, 2020

Jennifer Brandt and Megan Feehan published an article to The Legal Intelligencer discussing how in the case, Shak v. Shak, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC), found that a nondisparagement provision included in a custody order is an impermissible restraint under the First Amendment right to freedom of speech.

The Deductibility of Future Alimony Payments Just Might Depend on the Past [Family Law Focus Blog]

September 25, 2019

The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 eliminated the tax deduction previously allowed for alimony payments effective January 1, 2019.  This meant that alimony payments made pursuant to an agreement executed after December 31, 2018 could no longer be deducted from the income of the party making the...

How To Handle A Special Family Event When Going Through A Divorce [Family Law Focus Blog]

June 27, 2018

This time of year is especially popular for special family events such as weddings, graduations, and bar/bat mitvahs. For families going through a divorce, these events can pose unique challenges. There is no obligation in Pennsylvania or New Jersey that both parties contribute to the cost of...

Jurisdiction Over Out-Of-State Property In A Multi-State Divorce [Family Law Focus Blog]

June 24, 2016

In our increasingly mobile society, it is not uncommon for couples to relocate numerous times throughout their marriage and acquire property and assets in different states.  When a divorce dissolves the marriage and forces a distribution of assets spread across various states, the Court in the...

Practice Areas


  • Drexel University, J.D., 2009
  • Franklin and Marshall College, B.A., magna cum laude, 2006
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania

The Honorable Gwendolyn Blue, Superior Court of New Jersey