Megan A. Lucey received her Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Ms. Lucey then attended University of the Pacific-McGeorge School of Law where she specialized in Trial Advocacy, and obtained her Juris Doctorate in 2009. During law school, Ms. Lucey advocated for justice with the Sacramento District Attorney’s office in their Domestic Violence, Juvenile and Minor Crimes divisions. Ms. Lucey was also trained as a Court Appointed Special Advocate and was the voice for the often voiceless children in the family law court system.
Ms. Lucey was admitted to the California State Bar, and the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California in 2009. She was then hired as a litigation attorney with Prout LeVangie, LLP, focusing primarily on employment litigation and corporate counseling. After practicing law for several years in California, Ms. Lucey moved to Reno, Nevada and was admitted to the Nevada State Bar and the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada in 2013, where she has exclusively practiced family law since. Ms. Lucey is a founding partner of Berkich Lucey Law Group with a vision of creating a very special and unique family law firm hiring and supporting working mothers in our local community.
Ms. Lucey has been a member of the Nevada Family Law Executive Council since 2018 and she is also an Advanced Certified Mediator. Additionally, Mc. Lucey is a contract attorney for Washoe County and tasked with protecting our senior community and freeing our local Washoe County youth to allow them to be placed in forever homes outside of the foster care system. She has also taken part of a specialized task force focused on the sex trafficking issues facing our county and surrounding areas.
Ms. Lucey is a wife and mother of two. She enjoys skiing, hiking and traveling when she is not at one of her children’s many activities. Ms. Lucey’s legal training and experience makes her approach to issues logical and reasoned. Ms. Lucey specializes in helping families navigate separation in a rational approach with a focus on the children, and co-parenting post-divorce, however, she is always fully prepared to litigate contested family law issues when appropriate.