Megan F. Fry


Professional Experience:

Megan F. Fry is a shareholder who focuses primarily on business and real estate litigation in state and federal courts in Florida and Alabama.  She represents title insurers and their insureds, real estate owners, individuals and financial institutions in all types of litigation matters, including but not limited to, real property disputes, title liability and commercial real estate defaults.  In addition to loan enforcement matters, Megan routinely advises financial institutions on deposit operations, lending and compliance related matters.  Her practice also focuses on business dissolution, shareholder disputes and general commercial litigation.  Megan understands that litigation is stressful and approaches each case with the client’s goals for litigation or legal matter at hand and business needs in mind. She believes that her role is to serve as both a legal strategist and adviser to her clients in providing not just the legal solution to the issue presented, but a practical solution that best meets the client’s needs.

Megan began her practice with the firm in 2008 and believes lawyers are an integral part of their client’s everyday lives and businesses. She hopes she leaves clients with the impression that lawyers are not just there to provide pleadings and argument; rather, they should be seen as a trusted adviser for life.

When she is not advocating for her clients, Megan serves as President of the Board of Directors for both the Children’s Home Society of Florida – Western Division and NAIOP of Northwest Florida.

Megan has been repeatedly recognized for her outstanding leadership abilities by several prestigious organizations.  She has served as a member of Leadership Florida’s Connect Class VIII (2017), as well as Leadership Pensacola’s Class of 2014.  In 2010, Megan was named a “Rising Star” by Pensacola’s Independent Weekly, and most recently, she was honored as “2018 Developing Leader of the Year” by NAIOP’s Northwest Florida Chapter.

  • AV Rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
  • Super Lawyers “Rising Star,” 2012-2018
  • InWeekly “Rising Star,” 2010
  • Leadership Pensacola Class of 2014
  • Leadership Florida Connect Class VIII, 2017
  • NAIOP NWFL’s “Developing Leader of the Year,” 2018
  • University of West Florida Foundation Board of Trustees
  • Florida’s Great Northwest Board of Directors
  • NAIOP of Northwest Florida, Board of Directors
  • Leadership Pensacola Class of 2016, Co-Facilitator Class Project
  • Children’s Home Society of Florida – Western Division, Board of Directors, Chair, Advocacy Committee
  • Litigation Section of the American Bar Association
  • Real Property, Probate and Trust Section of the Florida Bar Association
  • Escambia Santa Rosa Bar Association
  • Pensacola Young Professionals, Board of Directors
  • Escambia County Mass Transit Advisory Committee
  • The Pensacola American Inns of Court
  • Indian Springs School Alumni Council
  • Harris v. GGGZ Builders, LLC 122 So. 3d 371 (affirming per curiam trial court’s judgment in favor of lender in action to enforce defaulted promissory note in excess of $1,900,000.00)
  • “You Fear Most What You Cannot See: Legal Advice on Succession Planning and Other Exit Strategies,” EntreCon (2015)

Megan F. Fry


Pensacola, FL

Direct: 850.432.2180

Email Address:

Legal Secretary

Tammy Courtney


Lisa Dunlap

Areas of Practice
  • Business & Banking
    • Administrative
    • Financial Institutions
  • Litigation
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Creditor’s Rights & Bankruptcy
    • Probate Litigation
  • Real Estate
    • Financial Institutions
    • Real Estate Litigation
    • Real Estate Transactions & Real Property Development
  • Wills, Trusts & Estates
    • Probate & Trust Litigation


  • J.D., University of Alabama Law School, 2008
  • B.S., University of Alabama, cum laude, 2004


Admittance to Practice
  • The Florida Bar, 2008
  • The Alabama Bar, 2009
  • U. S. District Courts for the Northern District of Florida and Middle District of Florida
  • U. S. District Courts for the Middle District of Alabama and Southern District of Alabama

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