Meg is a founding partner of Banahan Martinez Weatherford, PLLC and concentrates her practice in advising and representing clients in real estate and business transactions, as well as guiding individuals through the estate planning and probate process. Prior to forming Banahan Martinez Weatherford, Meg was an associate attorney at a small firm in the Katy area where she represented real estate investors, individuals, and small business owners in a wide variety of transactions. Meg has also represented oil and gas service companies in the review and negotiation of Master Service Agreements and collection of unpaid accounts.
Meg grew up in Oxford, Mississippi before making the move to Texas to attend Texas A&M University. While at Texas A&M, Meg earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees and was a member of the Women’s Basketball Team. Meg then attended South Texas College of Law, graduating magna cum laude in May 2011.
In her free time Meg participates in and coaches Crossfit classes, enjoys cooking for her family and friends, volunteers with Special Olympics, and is an active member and director of the Texas Aggie Bar Association.
- South Texas College of Law, JD – 2011
- Texas A&M University, MS – 2005 (Major: Kinesiology, Sport Management)
- Texas A&M University, BS – 2003 (Major: Journalism)
- Bar Admission, Texas, 2011
- State Bar of Texas
- Houston Bar Association, Co-Chair of the Special Olympics Committee
- Texas Aggie Bar Association, Director
- Katy Bar Association