Morgan A. Chandegra, Esq.

Associate Attorney



Morgan Chandegra’s areas of practice include conservatorships, trust and will contests, claims for undue influence, financial elder abuse, breach of fiduciary duty, and probate and trust administration. Morgan began her practice as an estate planning attorney, which greatly informs her abilities to litigate probate issues. Morgan is a vigorous advocate for her clients and strives to find efficient and creative resolutions to serve her clients’ needs and interests.

Morgan received her Juris Doctor from California Western School of law. During law school, Morgan was actively involved with the Woman’s Law Caucus as the Community Liaison, allowing her to organize and promote community involvement and volunteerism for law students. Morgan is a published member of the Law Review Journal for California Western School of Law. Further, during law school, Morgan interned with the City Attorney of San Diego, where she was directly involved in improving outreach programs for San Diego’s homeless population.

Morgan is a member of the Probate Attorneys of San Diego, the San Diego Bar Association, and Lawyers Club of San Diego and she is actively involved in her local community of North Park. In her free time, Morgan is an avid theatergoer who holds a special place in her heart for musicals. Morgan also enjoys staying active outdoors, swimming, hiking, jogging, and biking all around beautiful San Diego.

Our Reviews

Nunya B.
Former Client
"Professional attorneys who are attentive and sympathetic to my issues and very knowledgeable about trust discrepancy and concerns."
Ray F.
Former Client
"Merrianne and her team helped me work through developing a solid estate plan and trust plan, providing me with knowledge to help with decision making and unravel the complexities."
Anji Taylor
Former Client
"Merrianne is knowledgeable, compassionate, communicative and was incredibly effective at driving the process to remove the former power-of-attorney holder from a position of abusive authority and control."