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Megan Fletcher

Salt Lake City


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Megan is a Corporate Paralegal with Fabian VanCott.

Megan has focused her paralegal career in the areas of corporate transactions, business formations, real estate, and estate planning. She has combined her expertise and working knowledge in the banking and financial industry, loans and titles, and the Uniform Commercial Code, with legal knowledge and expertise to become a strong and efficient legal support for Fabian VanCott’s attorneys in the Business & Transactions and Tax & Estate Planning practice groups.

As the Corporate Paralegal, Megan’s skills and experience include preparation and filing of entity formation, amendment, merger, conversion, UCC filings, and other corporate records and filings, management of corporate and LLC books and records, complex entity and ownership structuring charts, and the coordination of large merger and acquisition projects. 

Megan has been the lead paralegal on several matters that included the formation, foreign registration, and DBA filings for clients with multiple entities in nearly all 50 states. Her research skills cover a wide range of areas, including state statutes, Uniform Commercial Code, IRS forms, EIN applications and processes, real estate records and recording requirements, and state-specific entity requirements, exclusions, and history. Never one to back down from a challenge, Megan assists Fabian VanCott’s attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants with any project or problem she is presented with and works hard to find solutions.

Megan’s organizational skills, attention to detail, and comprehensive grasp of the timelines, filings, and issues that are important to transactional and corporate matters make her an indispensable part of the Fabian VanCott team.


A.A.S., Paralegal Studies, 2012

Graduated with High Honors, 3.96 GPA

Community Service

Notary Public for the State of Utah.

Certified Remote Notary for the State of Utah

Legal Studies Program Advisory Committee for Ensign College, 2013-2015