Megan F. Nogle

Fax 310-201-2324


As an attorney in Greenberg Glusker’s Private Client Services Group, Megan Nogle's practice focuses on counseling individuals and their families in connection with estate and tax planning issues, as well as probate and post-death trust administration.  

Megan also handles a variety of trust and estates controversy matters, representing both fiduciaries and beneficiaries involved in will and trust contests, accounting proceedings, and other fiduciary litigation. She has experience in all phases of litigation.

In addition, Megan devotes a significant amount of time to pro bono work and is Greenberg Glusker’s pro bono coordinator. Megan handles a variety of pro bono matters for the Alliance for Children’s Rights, including special education advocacy and finalizing adoptions of foster children. She has also handled several matters for young adults transitioning out of foster care, including assisting a former foster youth with a name change and assisting a former foster youth with obtaining funds that had been held in trust for her as a result of a car accident as a child. Megan has also successfully represented a wrongfully terminated employee seeking unemployment insurance benefits and helped numerous Holocaust survivors obtain German social security pensions for their ghetto work.

Professional Affiliations

  • Inner City Law Center Pro Bono Council Member
  • Volunteer Attorney, Alliance for Children's Rights' adoption finalization program
  • Volunteer Attorney, Bet Tzedek Holocaust Survivors Justice Network's ZRBG Pension Project
  • Part of the team that leads workshops for litigants in small claims court in conjunction with Bet Tzedek and the Los Angeles County Bar Association


Bar Admissions

  • California


  • University of California, Davis School of Law  (J.D., Order of the Coif, 2009)
    • UC Davis Law Review
  • University of California, San Diego  (B.A., summa cum laude, 2005)
    • Sociology Major