Megan R. Worrell is the Vice Chair of the Duane Morris’ Private Client Services Practice Group, and head of the group's International Practice division. She practices in the area of U.S. and international tax and wealth transfer planning, specifically assisting clients with cross-border issues to develop tax-efficient estate plans. Her work involves foreign trusts, pre-immigration and expatriation planning, planning for the purchase of U.S. property by non-U.S. persons, asset transfers, beneficiary conflicts, and compliance with federal and state estate, gift, inheritance and income tax returns. She also has extensive experience with clients who have made voluntary disclosures to the IRS, including clients disclosing overseas accounts and complying with reporting obligations for those with overseas interests.

Prior to and while attending law school, Ms. Worrell worked as a tax consultant at Arthur Andersen and Deloitte & Touche.

Ms. Worrell is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey, and is licensed in Pennsylvania as a certified public accountant. She is a 2003 graduate of Fordham University School of Law, where she was a member of the Fordham International Law Journal, and a graduate of Widener University (M.S., Taxation, summa cum laude) and Salisbury State University (B.S., Accounting, summa cum laude).