Megan M. Tomlin


Megan M. Tomlin earned a Juris Doctorate from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, cum laude, in 2011, with a focus on Matrimonial and Family Law, and a B.A. in Journalism from The Pennsylvania State University.


Her focus is on compassionately guiding clients through difficult and complex matrimonial and family law issues, while advocating for their best interests.   Megan understands that clients going through a divorce are faced with one of the most emotional and trying times of their lives. Through her compassion and dedication, she strives to make the process as comforting and easy as possible for each client. Prior to joining the Law Offices of Michael J. Alber, P.C., Megan was an associate at a prominent boutique firm in Nassau County, focusing solely in the areas of matrimonial and family law.


Megan is the 2016-2017 Vice President of Programs for the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association, and the Chair of the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association Matrimonial and Domestic Violence Committee. Megan is also a delegate for the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York and a member of the New York State Bar Association Family Law Committee, the Suffolk County Bar Association, the Nassau County Bar Association Matrimonial Committee and the Suffolk County Matrimonial Bar Association.  Ms. Tomlin was also named as the May 2016 Alumni of the Month by Touro Law School.


Megan handles matrimonial and family court matters in all five boroughs, Nassau County, Suffolk County and Westchester County.


In May 2014, Megan’s article “Divorcing with Special Needs Children” was published in the Nassau Lawyer.