Gino A. Megna received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration Finance with High Honors from State University of New York College of Technology at Canton in 2011. Mr. Megna earned his Juris Doctor from Western Michigan Thomas Cooley School of Law in 2014. Mr. Megna is a licensed attorney and a member of the Florida Bar licensed in both State and Federal Courts. Mr. Megna has also handled cases in Federal court outside the State of Florida.
In 2011, Mr. Megna began his career at McGuire Law Offices as a law clerk during his time at law school, Mr. Megna consistently made dean’s list as a top law student and received a Certificate of Merit in Bankruptcy in a course taught by the Honorable Catherine Peek McEwen, Federal Court Bankruptcy Judge. During law school, Mr. Megna had the honor and privilege of also taking advanced family law coursework taught by Honorable Nick Nazaretian, family law Judge in the Thirteenth Circuit of Florida. Mr. Megna has appeared on news networks including Fox and CBS and in the Tampa Bay Times for civil legal matters.
Attorney Gino A. Megna is honored to have been invited by Judge Catherine McEwen to serve as a guest lecturer at the Thomas Cooley School of Law where he had the privilege to teach and mentor aspiring lawyers the facets of Chapter 7 bankruptcy law.
Mr. Megna’s practice encompasses a wide spectrum of family law matters throughout Florida and predominantly Clearwater and the Tampa Bay area, including, but not limited to, divorce, paternity, child support, child custody, post judgment modifications, stepparent adoption, relative adoption, name change and domestic violence, as well as Civil Litigation, Bankruptcy, and criminal defense. Mr. Megna is an active member of The American Bar Association as well as the Clearwater Bar Association. Mr. Megna was nominated by the Association of Trial Lawyers Top 100 in the State of Florida for Family law, the American Academy of “Top 40 under 40” for attorneys in Family Law, and the American Institute of Trial Lawyers “Top 40 under 40”.