||Meg dedicates her practice to building relationships with her clients. As an Attorney focusing on Estate Planning, Meg’s goal is to provide the best advice and counsel to insure that her clients’ Estate Plans will always reflect their current needs.
Meg has found that with proper planning, she can protect assets, promote family, religious and moral values and provide guidance to loved ones during periods of incapacity and after death.
Meg has dedicated herself to being an attorney who truly listens to the stories of the lives of her clients and then acts to protect their assets and their independence.
“Velvet and steel! That’s Meg. Her clients love her warmth and courage.” That is how one noted lawyer described Woodland Park / Colorado Springs attorney Meg Goblet. Meg added quietly, “I love giving my clients a voice and being their advocate. Elder Law and Medicaid-related asset protection planning allows me to take care of vulnerable people who would be taken advantage of without proper advice.” She has experience in the difficult emotional environment that often surrounds families in crisis. Her interpersonal giftedness has been considered by many to be an anchor in the midst of a storm.
She is more than an attorney, as her passions have taken her around the world and given her an understanding heart and a listening ear which only come from learning and experiencing third world cultures outside the comfort zone. She has developed an international point of view, because she has had the opportunity to study languages and cultures in various countries from Brazil, Bolivia and Chile to Nepal, India and China. She has also studied language and cooking in Argentina, Italy and France. She has been on missions with Amigos de las Americas in Ecuador.
Meg has dedicated herself to be an attorney who truly listens to the stories of the lives of her clients and then acts to defend their homes, loved ones, and independence.
Attorney 1986 to present, concentrating in the areas of estate planning, trust and will design, elder law and Medicaid planning.
Member, Colorado Bar Association, Elder Law, Trusts and Estate Division and the El Paso County Bar Association.
Current Alzheimer's Association Ambassador.
Frequent lecturer and writer on the issues of Estate Planning, Elder Law Issues, Special Needs Trusts, Charitable Giving and Asset Protection.
Past Fundraising Committee Member for CASA of the Pikes Peak Region.
Past Board Member for the Senior Resource Council-Colorado Springs.
Past Board Member for the Colorado Springs Chapter of NAIFA, National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.
Cum Laude graduate from Loyola University of Chicago in 1980; Juris Doctorate degree from Indiana University School of Law in 1986.
Professor of Business Law, North Central College, Naperville, IL.
Licensed to practice law in Colorado, Illinois, and Indiana.